Monthly Archives: June 2019

Autonomous Cars and AI: Is Philosophical Ethics Irrelevant?

The prospect of autonomous cars raises a host of ethical challenges, including questions about life and death and what such machines should do — decide to do — when lives are on the line. How should they (given the need)

Autonomous Cars and AI: Is Philosophical Ethics Irrelevant?

The prospect of autonomous cars raises a host of ethical challenges, including questions about life and death and what such machines should do — decide to do — when lives are on the line. How should they (given the need)

Ethics in Sales: Not Just for Salespeople

In this blog entry from BEH co-editor Chris MacDonald, the need for an ethical approach to sales throughout an organization is explored. MacDonald points out that it’s easy to conflate “ethics of sales” with “ethics for salespeople,” and that’s a

Ethics in Sales: Not Just for Salespeople

In this blog entry from BEH co-editor Chris MacDonald, the need for an ethical approach to sales throughout an organization is explored. MacDonald points out that it’s easy to conflate “ethics of sales” with “ethics for salespeople,” and that’s a

Is Amazon Responsible for Publishing ‘Fake News’?

Is a bookstore responsible for the words written in the books it sells? What if that bookstore lists tens of millions of different titles? Can it possibly read and verify all of that? Well, clearly no. But what about when

Is Amazon Responsible for Publishing ‘Fake News’?

Is a bookstore responsible for the words written in the books it sells? What if that bookstore lists tens of millions of different titles? Can it possibly read and verify all of that? Well, clearly no. But what about when