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This framework for thinking ethically is the product of dialogue and debate at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Primary contributors include Manuel Velasquez, Dennis Moberg, Michael J. Meyer, Thomas Shanks, Margaret R. McLean, David DeCosse, Claire André, Kirk O. Hanson, Irina Raicu, and Jonathan Kwan. It was last revised on November 5, 2021.
Ethical sourcing is an approach to sourcing and supply chains. Sourcing ethically means that when businesses purchase products from suppliers, they consider the impacts those products have on the people and communities who create them.
Companies that prioritise sourcing ethically take responsibility for the impact that their business decisions may have on the people and communities of their supply chains. It is their due diligence to not only ensure that their business has a positive, rather than a negative, impact on the world, but that the businesses they source from do as well.
Register for alerts If you have registered for alerts, you should use your registered email address as your username Citation toolsDownload this article to citation manager Stephen Cave executive director, Jess Whittlestone senior research fellow, Rune Nyrup senior research fellow, Sean O hEigeartaigh programme director, Rafael A Calvo professor Cave S, Whittlestone J, Nyrup R, O hEigeartaigh S, Calvo R A. Using AI ethically to tackle covid-19 BMJ 2021; 372 :n364 doi:10.1136/bmj.n364 BibTeX (win & mac)DownloadEndNote (tagged)DownloadEndNote 8 (xml)DownloadRefWorks Tagged (win & mac)DownloadRIS (win only)DownloadMedlarsDownload Help If you are unable to import citations, please contact technical support for your product directly (links go to external sites):
Sometimes it is wrongly said that the Catholic Church opposes stem cell research. In fact, the Church supports ethically responsible stem cell research, while opposing any research that exploits or destroys human embryos.
Clearly, the Church favors ethically acceptable stem cell research. It opposes destroying some human lives now, on the pretext that this may possibly help other lives in the future. We must respect life at all times, especially when our goal is to save lives.
Our Global Code of Ethics details our commitment to operating ethically and transparently. Employees continue to receive annual training on the Code that addresses anti-corruption, anti-competitive behavior, data protection and human rights. Employees, suppliers, partners or anyone else with an ethical concern are encouraged to contact our confidential Ethics Alertline either online or via phone or mobile app.
In 2021, Kellogg was named to the CDP Supplier Engagement Leaderboard for the fourth consecutive year in recognition of our efforts around this important issue. At Kellogg, employees and suppliers alike share our commitment to operating ethically. Doing so is core to the company Kellogg has always been and will always be.
Extensively revised and updated to serve today's needs for insight and solutions to the most vexing ethical and regulatory problems faced by researchers today, Planning Ethically Responsible Research, Second Edition guides readers through one of the most important aspects of their social or behavioral research: planning ethically responsible research. Authors Joan E. Sieber and Martin B. Tolich offer invaluable, practical guidance to researchers and graduate students to understand ethical concerns within real-life research situations, satisfy federal regulations governing human research, and work with the university's Institutional Review Board (IRB). The book includes an abundance of useful tools: detailed instructions on development of an effective IRB protocol; methods for handling issues of consent, privacy, confidentiality and deception; ways to assess risk and benefit to optimize research outcomes; and how to respect the needs of vulnerable research populations.
Abstract:The majority of companion animals seen by veterinary practitioners will die by euthanasia. Yet euthanasia can be a source of moral stress for veterinary team members, even when ethically indicated. In this discussion, I explore when euthanasia is ethically indicated and discuss the potential impact of ethically indicated euthanasia on veterinary team members. In particular, I challenge the analogy that the veterinarian performing ethically indicated euthanasia is akin to an executioner, arguing that this analogy is both inappropriate and potentially harmful. Finally, I discuss how we can support ourselves and our colleagues in relation to euthanasia, so we can attend to and maximise the welfare of our patients at the end of their lives.Keywords: euthanasia; companion animal; veterinarian
In order to start your model training and begin collecting data, there are many things that you need to consider. One of the many important aspects of datasets is ethics. How sure are you that your data has been ethically sourced? And why should you care?
Ethical concerns related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) equipped systems are prompting demands for ethical AI from all directions. As a response, in recent years public bodies, governments, and companies have rushed to provide guidelines and principles for how AI-based systems are designed and used ethically. We have learned, however, that high-level principles and ethical guidelines cannot be easily converted into actionable advice for industrial organizations that develop AI-based information systems. Maturity models are commonly used in software and systems development companies as a roadmap for improving the performance. We argue that they could also be applied in the context of developing ethically aligned AI systems. In this paper, we propose a maturity model for AI ethics and explain how it can be devised by using a Design Science Research approach.
De Beers is committed to ensuring all our diamonds are sourced in a manner that upholds the social, ethical and environmental expectations we share with our customers. Our stringent sourcing procedures, selection processes and certification requirements mean that the diamonds in every piece of De Beers jewellery are guaranteed to be ethically produced and 100 per cent conflict-free. 2b1af7f3a8