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A Competition for Ethics in Computer Science

"In a world where software is entwined with much of our lives, it is not enough to simply know what software can do. We must also know what software should and shouldn’t do, and train ourselves to think critically about how our code can be used. Students of computer science go on to be the next leaders and creators in the world, and must understand how code intersects with human behavior, privacy, safety, vulnerability, equality, and many other factors."

Fellow Kathy Pham is helping to recruit applicants for a Competition for Ethics in Computer Science, with up to $3.5 Million in Prizes. Learn more, apply, and share along!