Computing Projects: Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Recommendations
Many projects in the computer industry must consider legal and ethical considerations. For example, ethical concerns are present in areas such as data privacy, data protection, and user freedom from exploitation (Tòth-Czifra & Karahalios, 2021). The GDPR, the EU’s regulation governing data protection, may be required by companies (Barros Loscertales and al. 2020). The regulatory framework of Intellectual Property Rights is essential in an industry driven largely by innovation and new technology. Tang et. al., 2020. Developers must also consider ethical AI principles and guidelines such as fairness, privacy, transparency, reliability and accountability, which focus on responsible use of AI (Kone?ný et al., 2020). Furthermore, ethical considerations can be broken down into specific factors, such as usability and accessibility (Webb & Pater, 2015). Postma et. al. 2020 suggests that project managers consider how their work will impact society, and whether it could cause harm. When working in the computing sector, it is crucial that businesses and developers consider legal and ethical considerations. Companies can create ethical, competitive and compliant projects by doing so. References Barros-Loscertales, A., Obradovich, N., Harris, M. et al. (2020). Health app developers perceive the effect of GDPR data privacy. npj Digital Medicine (3(1), 1-8) Kone?ný, I., Etzioni, O., Mortier, R. et al. (2020). A comparison of AI frameworks: Ethical principles. arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.07443. Postma, E., Nissen, L., Hafkamp, B. et al. (2020). The ethical approach to assuming responsibility for algorithm implementation in public health emergencies: Health Expectations. Tang, C., Ghosh, S., Lee, D. et al. (2020). The evolution of intellectual property rights in digital goods within the Internet of Things. Sensors, 20(1), 1-22. Tòth-Czifra, E., & Karahalios, K. (2021). AI-powered applications for health: Data protection and ethics. Nature Machine Intelligence, 3(2), 81-89. Webb, H., & Pater, P. W. (2015). Achieving dynamic accessibility through ethical action: Understanding information systems in the light of disability. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing, 7(2).
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