Technology continues to transform the ways we engage with—and benefit from—information, organizations, and each other. But among the promise technology holds, there is also the potential for harm. To promote the good and protect against unintended consequences society needs a new, shared understanding of what it means to create trustworthy and ethical technology.


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At Deloitte, we believe technology fosters a more productive and prosperous society when people can trust it—and when people and institutions are intentional in identifying, understanding, and optimizing its outcomes. We are committed to championing trustworthy and ethical technology practices, expanding equitable opportunities in a tech-savvy world.

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Deloitte's Technology Trust Ethics Framework

A trustworthy and ethical technology framework can reflect our shared values and expectations of technology, provide a structure to debate its ethical implications, and guide responsible decision-making in its design, operation, and governance.

Technology ethics at a crossroads

In an arena as pervasive and influential as emerging technologies, government’s direct and indirect influence give it a vital role in recognizing and steering an oft-overlooked aspect of technology: trustworthiness and ethics in the ways we develop and use it.

Ethical Technology isn't just for big tech

Addressing the ethical impact of technology isn’t a one person job. It requires a more participatory, dialogue-based effort that embraces input from customers, business leaders, and employees alike.



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When technology serves people and society as intended, the benefits spread far. People can enjoy the power technology brings to their lives, work, and communities with fewer harms and fairer outcomes. But that isn’t something we can take for granted.

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