The Aanlysis on Value Sensitive Design of Applied Technology

Jianan GUO, Fan Chen

Abstract


The applied technology has made great development in today’s society, which were included information technology, nanotechnology, genetic technology, and so on. However, no matter what kind of technology there are still problems that design value demand of technology contradict with human beings, the safety design of technology should not only posses the technical characteristics of the ideal, but give full consideration to the value of the patients demands. Value sensitive design is a kind of theory of technology design method, it pays attention to the technology user’s values of society and ethics psychological demands, it can provide guidance and advice for method of security design of applied technology as represented by high technical, which has has an important significance for the design and application of cutting-edge technology of our nation.

Keywords


Value sensitive design; Applied technology; Safety design technical ethics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4706

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