Students from across campus participated in a competition on February 9, 2019, designed to simulate real-world ethical problems faced by a young technology company. The Interdisciplinary Ethics Tech Competition teams tackled the legal, ethical, technical, and business dimensions of a nuanced case problem concerning this startup’s leadership team and a decision on defining its ethical obligations related to a product. Silicon Flatirons hosted the competition with the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at Colorado Law, which provides the scholarship and prize money.
Congratulations to the winning Interdisciplinary Ethics Tech Competition teams:
1st Place: Katja Edelman (law), Ty Trejo (law), Emily Gibson (law), and Morgan Scheuerman (information sciences), who will share a $10,000 scholarship
2nd Place: Chris McGillen (law), Ryan Cooney (law), Christine Chang (computer science), and Kimberly Cowan (business), who will share a $4,000 scholarship
3rd Place: Wilson Scarbeary (law), Daniel Sequeira (law), and Brandon Moynihan (business), who each received a $100 cash prize