Emerging Technologies

Step 1: Read The Moral Compass, Chapter 21, and watch the two videos posted to Module 14 related to this week’s topic.

step 2: You will write a short, though well-written, college level paper including each of the elements below.
PAPER FORMAT
Use whatever writing format you are most comfortable with (APA, MLA, etc.).
Include your name, the professor’s name, the course name and the date.
Give your paper a title (relating it to the assignment or the case you chose).
Include a Work Cited Page and Word Count.
Section 1:In not less than one full paragraph, respond to the following: In considering emerging technologies (generally, not any specific technology), what are some of the challenges of applying both consequential and nonconsequential ethical theories (be detailed in your response)?

Section 2:
In not less than one full paragraph, respond to the following: In considering some of the technological advances discussed in the textbook and in this week’s video assignments, do you think there is a distinction between restorative technologies and enhancement technologies? Does your view of the morality of each group/type (restorative vs. enhancement) differ?

Section 3:In not less than one full paragraph, respond to the following: How should we proceed with technological advancements to ensure that they are ethically sound, or should there be no limitations whatsoever? Who gets to decide and who is responsible for oversight (scientific community, governments, citizens, etc.)?
Are there any additional thoughts you would like to share about this topic?

Word Count A minimum word count of 300 is required for this assignment. Include the word count at the end of your final section.

Works Cited PageInclude proper citations for all sources used

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