Dr. Edward H. Spence is a philosopher specializing in moral philosophy and epistemology, as well as in applied and practical ethics in the areas of computer ethics, ethics of technology and ethics of information. He holds research positions in the School of Humanities, Discipline of Philosophy, University of Sydney Australia, the Faculty of Humanities, Discipline of Philosophy, Charles Sturt University, Australia, and the 4TU. Centre for Ethics and Technology in the Netherlands.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Who is in Control?
Chapter 2 What is Technology Good For?
Chapter 3 Stoic and Neo-Stoic Philosophy
Chapter 4 Application of Stoic Philosophy to Technology
Chapter 5 Wisdom and Wellbeing: The Dual Obligation Information-Wisdom Theory
Chapter 6 Tech Media Corruption in the Age of Information
Chapter 7 The Impact of Information and Communication Technologies On Wellbeing
Chapter 8 The Impact of AI Technologies on Wellbeing
Chapter 9 Smart Machines and Wise Guys: Who Is In Control?