Brave New World of Digital Ethics: Who’s Deciding Our Technology Rules?


On June 19th, I participated in a VoiceAmerica Talk Radio program focused on digital ethics. VoiceAmerica is the leading producer, distributor, and online broadcaster of original live and on demand talk radio programming worldwide. Joining me on the program were Gray Scott, Jack Shannon, and Dan Wellers. The show was hosted by Bonnie D. Graham.The Future of Now - Digital Ethics

Issues like digital ethics must come to the forefront – and awareness is key to achieving that. Shows like this are a great vehicle for driving awareness. You can listen to the rebroadcast Here. A description of the episode follows.


Episode Description

The buzz: “We now have the world in our pockets. Our TVs are smart. Our cars soon to be driverless…The technology we craft creates new use cases, opportunities, and dangers. The tech and its application cannot be separated. This brings us to larger questions of how we should employ technology, what risks new tech may bring, and what the arrival of these new futures means to us as humans on our little ball of dirt. This is the sphere of digital ethics.” (Adam Henshall).

Are you loving the technologies that are making your work easier, your home smarter, your healthcare more efficient, and your social life more fun? We don’t mean to be a Debbie Downer, but the tech you love may be compromising your privacy and more in ways you can’t imagine. Who is making the new rules? We’ll ask the experts: Frank Diana at TCS, Seton Hall Law Professor John H. Shannon and Dan Wellers at SAP Insights You are invited to join us for Brave New World of Digital Ethics: Who’s Deciding Our Technology Rules?

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