Building Trust, Serving Humanity
How can we build trust in this complex and ambiguous data world? How can digital technologies serve humanity?
Data is the magic word of the 21st century. For citizens, data means support in daily life in almost all activities, from using watches to laptops, from kitchen to car, from mobile phone to politics. For business and politics, data means power, dominance, winning the race. Data can be used for good and bad, for services and hacking, for medicine and arms race.
The session with a panel of experts from different continents and sectors, will feature the launch of the book Data Ethics: Building Trust – How Digital Technologies Can Serve Humanity.
The book covers ethical reflections and recommendations in eight dimensions: a) Values, Trust and Law, b) AI, Robots and Humans, c) Health and Neuroscience, d) Religions for Digital Justice, e) Farming, Business, Finance, f) Security, War, Peace, g) Data Governance, Geopolitics, h) Media, Education, Communication.