AICE 1999

The first INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE of the AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER ETHICS (AiCE) was held on the 14th – 16th July 1999, Melbourne, Australia.

AiCE 1999 was hosted by Swinburne University, Lillydale Campus, Melbourne, Australia.

The Conference Theme: Flow-on effects of Information Technology on quality of life and the environment

Keynote Presentations

Promoting Ethical Responsibility in Software Development with a Software Development Impact Statement by Professor Donald Gotterbarn, Software Engineering Ethics Research Institute, East Tennessee State University, Tennessee, USA.

Heuristic Methods for Computer Ethics by Professor Walter Maner,Department of Computer Science, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, United States.

Virtually buying boomerangs by Professor Simon RogersonDirector of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, de Montfort University, Leicester, UK.

AiCE 1999 – Conference Proceedings (Abstracts Only)

AiCE 1999 Proceedings (PDF)