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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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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.
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.
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