ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES - Coggle Diagram
ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
8.1 Innovation Social Issues in IT
creation of a product or introduction of a process for the first time *Thomas Edison
improves on or makes a significant contribution to something that has already been invented
Type of Innovation
Produce new goods previously unknown for customers.
Introduce new production process previously unknown in industry (remove empty container by using fan rather than high end machine).
Exploiting new markets (direct selling to e-marketing).
New sources of purchasing raw materials and semi-prepared products (frozen raw materials, Tesco online)
New ways of organizing business activities (video conferencing).
Ethics of innovation
Innovators need to defend their innovation
Often overlooked because the focus is on technology
Rules of Innovation
Innovations are new to a community.
People affected by and have an effect on an innovation.
Innovation disrupt the status quo.
Innovations are a shared responsibility.
Successful innovations require continual modifications.
Benefit to all sectors of the community
enhance learning and the learning process.
students learned to live and work productively with technology
bring benefit in medical sector
make the life of handicapped community easier.
more productive with high speed communication system and information services.
Telecommuting provides benefit to business and enhance the quality of life for employees
many strategies and solution in business
create security in our home
with information device family nowadays can communicate more often with distance relatives
many families nowadays have a better knowledge of IT.
8.2 Culture: Eastern, Western and Malaysian Societies
Piracy and innovation go hand in hand
Most innovative products and business models coming out of the country are the result, either directly or indirectly, of copycats.
Piracy over mobile devices has grown in Malaysia, including other mobile technologies.
These devices can either be pre-loaded with illegal content before being sold to customers, or customers can directly download infringing content.
Huge proportion of Australians would continue to pirate content such as TV shows and movies online.
According to on going global research, Australians pirate more content online than almost any other nation.
8.3 Evolution of computer technology impact in digital generation
A generation of children who've grown up with video games. computers, touchscreen tablets, mobile phones and virtual reality
Enhanced teaching and listening
No geographical limitations
Declining writing skills
Increasing incident of cheating
Lack of focus
8.4 Professional Ethics and responsibilities
Refers to the ethics that a person must adhere to in respect of their interactions and business dealings in their professional life.
Reaching the right
ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
General more imperatives
More specific professional responsibilities
Organizational leadership imperatives
Compliance with code
8.5 The ethical guidelines for computer professionals
Software Engineering Code of Ethics & Professional Practice
Client and employer
The Malaysia Board of Technologists Code of Ethics require registrants to comply with:
Strive to Perfection