We operate on the principle that something ought to be done because it is technologically possible.
About one hundred people — men, women, faculty and students (both college and high school) — attended Thursday’s Preparing for the Workforce workshop.
Cal Poly’s School of Education is not jumping on the online education bandwagon any time soon. Instead, the school is teaching students to teach in a traditional classroom setting with face to face methods, rather than face to screen instruction.…
The Technology, Policy and Ethics lecture series at Cal Poly continued on as Anthony Beavers, a professor of philosophy at the University of Evansville, took the floor for the second time at Cal Poly to discuss the ethics of Facebook last week.
John Sullins, ethics professor at Sonoma State University, will deliver a lecture called, “Robots & Sex: Should We Build a Love Machine?” on March 4.