Course Syllabus: Perspectives on Computers and Society
Course syllabus, Computers, Society, Technology
Weizenbaum's statement is a compelling exhortation to his fellow professionals; nevertheless, I cannot wholly agree. It should be possible for nonprofessionals to understand, as a result of their own reading and experience, how computers interact with the rest of human life. The problems are not just technical, and their nature is not entirely unprecedented.
© 1982 Judith V. Grabiner
Grabiner, Judith V. "Course Syllabus: Perspectives on Computers and Society." Computers and Society 12.4 (Fall 1982): 26-35. doi: 10.1145/958552.958561