2021 Digital Ethics Summit
The Digital Ethics Summit 2021 took place virtually on 8 December. In case you missed the event, the event sessions can be viewed here:
Welcome and introductory remarks
Ministerial keynote Chris Philp MP, Minister for Tech and the Digital Economy
Ethics in the tech industry: What have we learned from the past five years?
Keynote: Carl Miller, Research Director, Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Demos
Challenging the narrative: Is ethics really a barrier in the global AI race?
Building public trust and confidence in the use of digital ID
Equipping police forces to use tech ethically
‘Mutant algorithms’ - the perfect political scapegoat
Digital Ethics: Regulation, assurance, auditing
AI and climate change: Do we have to slow down development to slow down emissions?
Looking to the future: Can technology be a trustworthy agent of positive change?
How can we achieve the goal of a free and open internet?
Revised expectations: Technology’s productivity promise and the future of work - powered by Sage
Designing for the future: Privacy lightning sprint - powered by Clifford Chance
Digital Twins: The need for an ethical approach - powered by Sopra Steria