The Codes Of Ethics And Ethics

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Q1 Read the IEEE/ACM and ACS codes of ethics. a) Comment on any differences. How to you think these compare? The ACS codes of ethics is a part of the ACS constitution. As an ACS member you must uphold and advance the honor, dignity and effectiveness of being a professional. This involves, in addition of being a good citizen and acting within the law. While Because of their roles in developing software systems, software engineers have significant opportunities to do well or cause harm, to enable others to do well or cause harm, or to influence others to do well or cause harm. To ensure, as much as possible, that their efforts will be used for good, software engineers must commit themselves to making software engineering a beneficial…show more content…
In comparison of ACS and IEEE/ACM codes of ethics in ACS codes a member of ICT should be honest in representing of skills, knowledge, services and products. By following IEEE/ACM codes you can achieve honesty by following the Colleagues codes of ethic in IEEE like Credit fully the work of others and refrain from taking undue credit and from SELF code of ethics not give unfair treatment to anyone because of any irrelevant prejudices. In IEEE/ACM codes “colleagues” and “self” ethics codes can be compare to achieve honesty define in the ACS codes The competency codes of ethics in ACS and Clients and Employer codes of ethics in IEEE/ACM is the same as Software engineers shall act in a manner that is in the best interests of their client and employer consistent with the public interest. We can compare the IEEE/ACM codes of ethics and ACS codes of ethic of Professional development as ICT member has to enhance his skills and knowledge and that of your colleagues and staff also. So we can compare of achieving this codes of ethic in IEEE/ACM codes of ethics with “Colleagues”, “Self”, and “Professional” codes of ethics In the last code of ethics in ACS constitution “Professionalism” as it says an

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