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Luciano Floridi (Laurea Rome "La Sapienza", MPhil and PhD Warwick, MA Oxon) is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hertfordshire, where he holds the Research Chair in Philosophy of Information in the School of Humanities and the UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics. In Oxford, he is Fellow by Special Election of St Cross College, Research Associate and Fellow in Information Policy, OUCL, and Senior Member of the Faculty of Philosophy. His primary research interest is the philosophy of information and information ethics. For more information see the Wikipedia entry . Christoph Salge home page |
He is best known for his pioneering work on two new areas of philosophical research, which he has contributed to establish: the philosophy of information and information ethics . He is the founder and director of the IEG , an interdepartmental research group on the philosophy of information at the University of Oxford , and of the GPI , the research Group in Philosophy of Information at the University of Hertfordshire . He was the founder and director of the SWIF , the Italian e-journal of philosophy (1995–2008). His works have been translated into Chinese, French, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Persian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish.
Defining Game Mechanics
This article defins game mechanics in relation to rules and challenges. Game mechanics are methods invoked by agents for interacting with the game world. I apply this definition to a comparative analysis of the games Rez, Every Extend Extra and Shadow of the Colossus that will show the relevance of a formal definition of game mechanics. Keywords Game Design, Game Research, Game Mechanics, Rules, Challenges. Introduction Gears of War (Epic Games, 2006) showcased the impressive graphical capacities of the then-called "Next Generation" consoles. Making good use of the XBox 360 hardware, Gears of War models, textures and ... market research, surveys and trends
The APA's Ethics Code and Personality Analysis At A Distance ...
is Professor of Psychology at the University of New Hampshire and the author of numerous scientific articles, books, and psychological tests. See full bio The APA Ethics Code and Personality Assessment At A Distance Last week, I described how the American Psychological Association's Ethics Code might allow for discussion in the media of the personalities of public figures. I focused on the Ethic Code's "General Principles," and the passage on "Statements to the Media" (5.03 of the Code). There are additional portions of the APA Ethics Code relevant to discussing the personality of public figures. ... market research, surveys and trends


Imagining the Internet
Responses in reaction to the following provocative future scenario were assembled from a select group of internet stakeholders in the 2006 Pew Internet & American Life/Elon University Predictions Survey. The survey allowed respondents to select from the choices "agree" or "disagree" or to leave the scenario unanswered. Respondents were encouraged to provide a written elaboration to explain their answers; they did not always do so, but those who did provided richly detailed predictive material. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Conversation, Deception and Intelligence: December 2009
"On Friday, Avatar wrangled a stellar estimated $27 million on approximately 7,000 screens at 3,452 sites (including $3.5 million from its midnight start). The picture's 3D presentations at 2,038 sites accounted for 58 percent of the gross. Avatar's first day stands as the third highest-grossing ever for a December release." (From IMDb ) Update January 2, 2010 : "during the week between Christmas and New Year, the box office seemed on track to chalk up $500 million for the week, a record, analysts observed. (The previous record was set last year following the opening of The Dark Knight, when combined ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Outing Of Anti-Gay Pastor Draws Criticism
The reaction was swift when Lavender Magazine, a biweekly for Minneapolis’s gay and lesbian community, reported in its current issue that an outspokenly anti-homosexual local pastor attended a support group for people who want to remain chaste despite same-sex attraction. The pastor, Tom Brock, was put on leave from North Minneapolis’ Hope Lutheran, pending an investigation. The magazine, meanwhile is embroiled in a journalism ethics debate for sending its reporter undercover into the confidential support group. Many Lavender Web site commentators applauded the story. But among the critics was an unidentified advertiser who ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Local sportsmen's bounties lauded by national wildlife group
Drizzling rain covered Eugene F. Segrest as he set out after the massive grizzly he spotted a day earlier in the Nulato Hills of western Alaska. A mile and a half later, he was surprised at the second sighting of the bear; now the bruin was moving toward him. It was go-time. But this was a situation that the lawyer from Southlake had sought; in June of last year, he contracted Lance Kronberger of Freelance Outdoor Adventures to guide him on a backpack hunt for a grizzly. Segrest stopped the bear with a .300 Winchester Magnum. Then he experienced the opposite of "ground shrinkage" -- the bane of deer hunters ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


22.11.04, digital editing by G. M. Greco, Information Ethics Group, Oxford University ..... Information Ethics Group – Research Report 22.11.04 ———— 10 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
F-7. Tutorial -- Information Ethics [Federal Knowledge Management ...
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Faculty of Computation, Information Ethics Group, Oxford University. Address for correspondence: Wolfson College, OX2 6UD, Oxford, UK; ...
Legal Ethics: work question, high risk pregnancy, group health ...
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