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Author Massotte, Pierre,
Title Ethics in social networking and business 2 : the future and changing paradigms / Pierre Massotte.
Imprint London : Wiley-ISTE, 2017.
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Author Massotte, Pierre,
Series Innovation, entrepreneurship and management series
Innovation, entrepreneurship and management series.
Subject Business enterprises -- Computer network resources.
Business networks.
Social Networking.
Description 1 online resource.
Edition First.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Evolution and Impact of Advanced Technologies on Humankind and Business -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Evolution of technologies -- 1.3. The United Nations: concerns and recommendations -- 1.4. Evolution of production systems -- 1.5. Emergence of nanotechnologies -- 1.6. Development of biotechnologies -- 1.7. 3D printing and the future of manufacturing -- 1.8. The future: wedding of transdisciplinary technologies -- 1.9. New opportunities: precision and sustainability -- 1.10. The current digitization strategy -- 1.11. Robotics, how and for which purpose? -- 1.12. Cognitive sciences, cognitivism -- 1.13. NBIC: innovation business models -- 1.14. How to link ethics and innovation -- 1.15. Conclusion.
2. Ethics and Transhumanism: Control using Robotics and Artificial Intelligence -- 2.1. Introduction to transhumanism -- 2.2. Ethics, robotics and artificial intelligence -- 2.3. Ethics and robotics -- 2.4. Artilects -- 2.5. The world: a hybrid planet with robotics and living species -- 2.6. Ethics and the elementary rules of Asimov in robotics -- 2.7. Conclusions and perspectives: the problems that could arise from robotics.
3. Ethics and the New Business and Labor Organizations -- 3.1. Preamble -- 3.2. The context: new BDIs of the population, new opportunities -- 3.3. Major changes in the shared and collaborative economy -- 3.4. Concepts: some definitions and recollections -- 3.5. Key factors of the new economic models -- 3.6. The P2P management rules -- 3.7. Assignments of means and resources -- 3.8. Uber: a resources allocation problem -- 3.9. Business ethics: a resources allocation problem -- 3.10. Ethics in the business: more perspectives -- 3.11. Ethics in Web-to-Virtual Store applications -- 3.12. GIG economy: are the workers at Uber and Lyft happy? -- 3.13. The real price of innovation -- 3.14. Conclusion.
4. Ethics and Social Networking -- 4.1. Preamble -- 4.2. Introduction: social networking -- 4.3. Some basic social definitions and principles -- 4.4. Emergence and reverse engineering -- 4.5. Moving beyond technology-based solutions to complexity -- 4.6. How to link ethics and social innovation -- 4.7. Ethical frameworks for innovation -- 4.8. Collaboration and cooperation -- 4.9. Comparison of the different modes of management -- 4.10. Ethics and mimicry: a natural approach to social networking -- 4.11. Conclusion.
5. Ethics: Misuses and Whistleblowing in Big Data and the Web -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Some statistics -- 5.3. Problematic situation -- 5.4. Accelerating factors -- 5.5. Whistleblowing -- 5.6. Business ethics: elements of methodology and implementation -- 5.7. Whistleblower policies and corporate governance -- 5.8. Conclusion.
6. The Underlying Mechanisms to Improve Ethics: Virtues, Laws and Cultures -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Examples of unethical behavior in the economy -- 6.3. An exclusive or inclusive society: ethics and social relationships -- 6.4. Better ethics? Some constitutive elements -- 6.5. Ethics and Christian culture -- 6.6. Ethics and the evaluation of a corporate culture: application to IBM -- 6.7. Ethics and the Rotary culture.
7. Uses of Ethics: Between Virtue, Humanism and Illiteracy -- 7.1. Ethics: an attitude between responsibility and conviction -- 7.2. Ethics: between the exact requirements and the intents of the letter and spirit of the law.
8. Ethics, Temporality and Spirituality -- 8.1. Introduction: problematics -- 8.2. Truth: general characteristics of ethics and morals -- 8.3. Ethics and morale -- 8.4. Ethics and spirituality -- 8.5. Application: ethics and bioethics -- 8.6. Ethics, spirituality, identity and religion -- 8.7. Synthesis: hierarchy of ethics concepts -- 8.8. Spirituality out of the religion framework -- 8.9. Beyond ethics: the contribution of religious fact to excluded people -- 8.10. Conclusion.
9. Ethics: Perspectives and the Future -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. The crisis is still here -- 9.3. Post-modernism in detail: the story never ends -- 9.4. Consequences: worldwide governance and hyper-democracies -- 9.5. Business ethics: new trends and perspective -- 9.6. Ethics of consideration: a new concept -- 9.7. Toward a more Sustainable Ethics -- 9.8. Ethics: evaluation and measurement -- 9.9. A future vision of networking and Business Ethics -- 9.10. Main conclusions.
Summary Annotation The aim of this book is to describe the methodology of conducting the THEDRE research "Traceable Human Experiment Design Research". It applies to Research in Human Centered Informatics (RICH). These are areas of computer research that integrate users to build scientific knowledge and supporting tools for this research. As an example, we can mention the relevant fields such as Information Systems (IS), Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) Engineering, and Human Information Systems (HIA). The construction of this language and method is based on experiments conducted since 2008 in the field of RICH. This book first describes the problems related to the construction and evaluation of scientific knowledge in this field. Then, the author presents three elements necessary to the development of a traceable RICH research method: an epistemological paradigm, methods of data production and the continuous improvement process. The third part of the book is devoted to the presentation of the method THEDRE whose objective is to provide an operational process to accompany the researcher and train doctoral students in the practice of research. Finally, this book contains a practical manual consisting of a set of 10 guides.
ISBN 9781119457039 (ePub ebook)
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1119457068 (PDF ebook)
9781786302373 (hbk.)
ISBN/ISSN 9781786302373
OCLC # 1005637834
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