Data lifeblood of tech industry, maintaining strict ethical standards is imperative In the age of algorithms and artificial intelligence, ensuring fairness is paramount
Brookings Institution notes every tech shift tends to create more jobs than it destroys Pikom maps out four courses of action, including to equip workforce with AI-related skills
To base our tech on ethics is a fool’s errand & a very dangerous one at that Solution: Find minimum common denominator that is universally applicable
Need a minimum common denominator that is universally applicable Important to remember that there are no Rights without Responsibilities [Ed: We ran the wrong visual in a previous version. The error is regretted.]
Train programmers to change their current day-to-day paradigm Start with comprehensive reform of programming educational pipeline Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others. Groucho Marx
450 valid vulnerabilities thanks to efforts of over 200 ethical hackers Ethical hackers could have key impact on security of their technology
Car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has decided that if it comes to a safety choice between drivers and pedestrians, their cars will always choose to save the driver.
Subra Suppiah & Florin Rotar of Avanade on why companies today need to look into the role of ‘digital humanist,’ and what that role entails.
A new report published by the ACCA has found that recognition at work is the highest motivator, even outstripping monetary reward.
The recent move by Facebook to conduct a sociological experiment on a select group of its users has drawn criticism from academia, analysts and social media professionals who described it as callous, unethical and irresponsible; although perhaps not illegal, writes Edwin Yapp.