Anne Shirley Carter Olsson Professor Emeritus of Applied Ethics: Science, Technology, and Society
email: dgj7p (at) virginia.edu
office: A223 Thornton Hall
Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Kansas, 1976;
M. Phil., Philosophy, University of Kansas, 1974;
M.A., Philosophy, University of Kansas, 1973;
B.Ph., Monteith College, Wayne State University, 1967.
Computers and Information Technology, Ethics, Values, and Policy; Engineering Ethics; Privacy and Surveillance; Autonomous Technologies and Robots; Anticipatory Ethics
Awards and Distinctions
Joseph Weizenbaum Award for her life-long contributions to information and computer ethics, International Society for Ethics and Information Technology, June, 2015.
Honorary Degree (Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa) from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Linköping University, May 2009.
Jon Barwise Prize for contributions to computing and philosophy, American Philosophical Association, 2004.
Sterling Olmsted Award, Liberal Education Division of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2001.
ACM SIGCAS 2000 Making A Difference Award, 2000.
The Ethics of Big Data
Information Technology, Ethics, and Policy
The Engineer, Ethics, and Professional Responsibility
D.G. Johnson and P.M. Regan. 2014. Transparency and Surveillance as Sociotechnical Accountability: A House of Mirrors. Routledge Studies in Science, Technology, and Society.
D.G. Johnson and J.M. Wetmore (Eds.) 2009. Technology & Society: Engineering our Sociotechnical Future. The MIT Press.
D.G. Johnson (with K. Miller). 2009 Computer Ethics 4th Edition, Prentice Hall (Pearson).
D.G. Johnson and M. Noorman. 2014. Artefactual agency and artefactual moral agency. In P. Kroes & P. Verbeek (Eds.) The Moral Status of Technical Artefacts, pp. 143-158.
D.G. Johnson. 2015. Technology without human responsibility? Journal of Business Ethics 127(4): 707-715.