Category: Ethics

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People Analytics and AI in the Workplace: Four Dimensions of Trust

AI and People Analytics have taken off. As I’ve written about in the past, the workplace has become a highly instrumented place. Companies use surveys and feedback tools to get our opinions, new tools monitor emails and our network of communications (ONA), we capture data on travel, location, and mobility, and organizations now have ... Read more»

Corporate Citizenship Redefined: Trust, Inclusion, and Responsibility

We live in a strange time. 46% of citizens around the world believe the system is failing, fewer than 50% trust their government, and income inequality continues to grow. In California, where I live, almost 2/3 of citizens believe the technology industry is secretive and more than 60% believe these firms are draining local ... Read more»

The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: It’s Trickier Than You Think

Recently I had the opportunity to join the O’Reilly Foo Camp, where around 150 leading technologists, academics, economists, and business innovators come to talk about the future of technology. It was an inspiring and energizing few days, and one where almost every session seem to revolve around the ethics, responsibility, and potentially dangerous role ... Read more»