AiCE (Australian Institute of Computer Ethics) was developed to undertake research and provide teaching, consultancy and advice to individuals, communities, organisations and governments at local, national and international levels regarding the actual and potential impacts of computing and related technologies on society and its citizens. It is concerned with values and social responsibilities, with computing and professional responsibilities.

The policy aspects of AiCE was taken on board by the Australian Computer Society and a new sub–committee was formed dealing specially with Computer Ethics. The research aspects of AiCE continues through a number of regular research conferences relating to computer ethics held throughout Australia.