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Ethics in the Age of Generative AI: A Closer Look at the Ethical Principles for VMware’s AI

Ethics & AI This blog was first published on September 19, 2023, by Enrique Corro, who has been with VMware for 15 years. He currently works as a staff engineer. The development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly generative AI and large language models (LLMs), have opened up many... Read more →


How Does ChatGPT Reply to Workplace Ethics Dilemmas

Taking Credit for the Work of Another Employee I was curious to see how ChatGPT would respond to two questions about taking credit for the work of another employee. The responses are below. I was surprised how accurate it was, although a couple of points were overlooked in the first... Read more →


Challenges of Using ChatGPT in the Accounting Profession

Ethical Issues and Risks to Consider It seems that virtually everyone is talking about ChatGPT. Educators fear that students will use it to write term papers. Those in the workplace have concerns about the security and privacy of the data. Ethical issues arise that must be considered. AI ethics managers... Read more →


Why Do Managers Criticize the Workplace Skills of Gen Z

Building the Skills for a Successful Career A recent survey of 1,344 managers and business leaders by Resume Builder said 74% of managers find Gen Z harder to work with than other generations, while 49% said they found Gen Z difficult to work with all or most of the time.... Read more →


Will ChatGPT Replace Workers?

How Does it Work? What Can it Do? I have previously blogged about how ChatGPT is affecting the way students learn and raises questions about cheating. It seems as though virtually everyone in education is talking about “ChatGPT.” It’s a potential game-changer for the way students research and write papers.... Read more →


Beware of Gaslighting in the Workplace

How to Spot It and What to Do About It I recently read about the popularity of online searches about “gaslighting.” Merriam-Webster chose gaslighting as its word of the year. Searches on its website for the word spiked by 1,740% in 2022, most likely driven by people who were questioning... Read more →


Ethical Considerations For Data in the Metaverse

Implications for Society From time to time I post a guest blog when it contains important information. Today's blog is by Charlie Fletcher. You can contact her at: [email protected]. Chances are, you’d never even heard of the Metaverse this time last year, let alone given much consideration to the role... Read more →


Lack of Diversity and Inclusion at Google Should Be a Wake-up call for the Tech Industry

Cultural Issues Behind the Disparity Last week it was reported that many Google employees and others in the tech and academic communities were furious over the sudden exit from Google of Timnit Gebru, a pioneer in the study of ethics in artificial intelligence. She coauthored a paper that highlighted how... Read more →


The Key to Ethical AI is Transparency

Trust and Verify Artificial Intelligence systems can obscure the data in a way that creates biased information depending on the human values of those who enter the data from its source. For example, an algorithm developed from mortgage loan data might include a variable for the expectation of homeowners’ repayment... Read more →


7 Mistakes That Ruin Remote Work

Advice For Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic The following blog was written by Molly Crockett. You can learn more about her at the end of the blog. In reading her words, it occurred to me her advice is applicable to doing work remotely while we are away from our offices during... Read more →