This Convocation on Computer Ethics was formed by IBM, the Brookings Institution, and the Washington Theological Society. In the presence of this diverse atmosphere, scholars and researchers established the groundwork for how one can view the connection between the use of computers and ethics. By focusing on this connection, the convocation called for an annual conference that brings the leaders of various fields together to discuss the underlying principles needed to guide one through ethical dilemmas. This initiated the National Computer Ethics Conference.
INTRODUCTION Dr. Bruce K. MacLaury President The Brookings Institution
Mr. Robert Melford Chairman Computing Ethics Subcommittee of the Computer Sociey of the IEEE
Dr. Allan Parrent Associate Dean Virginia Theological Seminary
Dr. Ramon Barquin Executive Vice President The Washington Consulting Group
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