10 Mar.

Tech Intercepts: Exploring fairness, bias and ethics in Technology

Thursday, 09:00 a.m.  PT | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants can gain insights into transformative ethical tech practices and uncover creative ways to take their company’s capabilities to the next level.

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Webinar Description

From big data analytics to quantum computing, emerging technologies are changing how companies conduct business. Now more than ever, the speed of innovation has created unintentional moments that leaders were not prepared for. Today, companies must prioritize ethical and responsible technology, in addition to sustaining profitable outcomes.

Key takeaways

1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge

We’ll Discuss:

  • How decision makers can embed ethics throughout the business lifecycle​
  • The importance of creating an environment that is safe to support different viewpoints ​
  • Opportunities to build ethical transparency and cultivate a diverse workforce pipeline​

Meet the speaker

Cansu Canca
Philosopher and Director | AI Ethics Lab­
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Meet the moderator

Hilary Horn

Hilary Horn

Managing Director, Customer & Marketing | Deloitte Consulting LLP

Hilary is a leader in our Customer & Marketing Offering and Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT) industry. She works with TMT client’s undergoing global business model and customer transformation. These programs involved improving customer and employee experience by simplifying business processes and reimaging the work, workforce and workplace needed to enable companies to drive customer and employee first culture. The organization design work involves streamlining and clarifying decision rights, realigning work to improve efficiency and collaboration, and enhance customer experience. Her areas of focus include ethical tech, employee experience, trust, DE&I, the future of work, and customer experience and transformation.


Thursday, 10 Mar 2022 09:00 a.m. PT
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