4 Lessons on Designing Responsible, Ethical Tech: Microsoft Case Study
Despite their best intentions, there’s often a gap in businesses between the desire to act ethically and following through on those good intentions.
We call this the intention-action gap. Closing this gap is key to ensuring technology is developed in a more responsible, inclusive manner.
To help close the intention-action gap, the World Economic Forum recently embarked on a project to unearth tools, processes, and lessons from organizations that have made progress in operationalizing ethics in technology.
Brian Green, director of technology ethics, published on the World Economic Forum Blog.