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Mark Connell
Memorial Library, Room B-115
Phone: 607-753-2506

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CAP 104 - Computers and Society

Examination of the social, political, ethical, and economic implications of living in a computer-dominated world. Emphasis on assessing the impact of technology and developing an understanding of its future role. Topics include computer crime, computer and information ethics, computers and the Constitution, privacy and Artificial Intelligence.

(3 cr. hr.)

Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide.