Ethics analyzes concepts of right and wrong behavior for individuals and organizations. Although an ancient field, ethics is an active research discipline today.
Research and study at the Tepper School include business and professional ethics, cross-cultural ethics, corporate social responsibility, ethics and leadership, and behavioral ethics in organizations.
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AI Should Not Simply Mimic Human Behavior
Tae Wan Kim, Associate Professor of Business Ethics,
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Recent Faculty Publications
- “Difficult Conversations: Navigating the Tension Between Honesty and Benevolence” by Levine, E., Roberts, A., Cohen, T. (2020) Current Opinion in Psychology
- “The Ethics of Contentious Hard Forks in Blockchain Networks With Fixed Features” by Kim, W. T., Zetlin-Jones, A., (2019) Frontiers
- “Ethical Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution for Business and Society” by Hooker, J. N., & Kim, T. W. (2019) Emerald Insight
- “Good Explanation for Algorithmic Transparency” by Lu, J., Lee, D.K., Kim, T.W., Danks, D. (2020) AIES '20: Proceedings of the AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society
- “Truly Autonomous Machines Are Ethical” by Hooker, J. N., & Kim, T. W. (2019) AI Magazine