Computer science

This article describes cutting-edge research and some possible future implementations. Use the analytical framework developed in this

course to identify potential problems and work through the implications.

Langston, J. (2016, August 17) Interscatter enables first implanted devices, contact lenses, credit cards to ‘talk’ WiFi Phys.org.

Describe the problem: (~5% of grade)
Briefly restate the problem in your own words.

Values and Issues: (~5% of grade)
Identify and explain each of the values and issues that are relevant to this problem. Be sure to include both professional ethics and

social issues.

Organizational Context: (~10% of grade)
Describe the context for the situation or technology. What is the organization? What is the purpose of the organization? Who are all of the

relevant stakeholders and how might each group be affected? Be sure to include appropriate legal considerations.

Application: (~60% of grade) distributed as follows)
Now that you’ve described the various elements of the framework for analysis, apply all of the above to the problem.
What are possible options? (~20%)
What are the likely consequences of each of these options (both positive and negative)? (~40%
Make a recommendation: (~20% of grade)
Given the various stakeholders, organizational needs, laws, Codes of Ethics, ethical theories and values that we explored in this course,

what do you recommend and why? Be sure to include why you did NOT select other options. Your grade will be based on your reasoning.

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