FINAL REPORT (Release Date: October 2, 2020)
Business Data Ethics: Emerging Trends in the Governance of Advanced Analytics and AI
The Program on Data and Governance
A weekly webinar series in October 2020
To succeed in a data-driven economy, companies must innovate with data while maintaining the trust of their customers. This can pose a dilemma since data analytics and AI can invade privacy or produce unfairness and so undermine trust. Business data ethics, a new field of corporate management, pursues responsible data practices that will enable businesses to be both innovative and ethical.
These five webinars feature an outstanding slate of panelists representing federal agencies, think tanks, diverse industries (pharma/tech/consulting), and research units at The Ohio State University as well as other academic institutions. Panelists address the ethical frameworks, management processes, technologies, and regulations surrounding this growing field. Businesses interested in data ethics management best practices, and anyone seeking to build a more ethical future for the data economy, are encouraged to attend.
THANK YOU TO THE SERIES SPONSORS
The Program on Data and Governance is housed in the Moritz College of Law in partnership with the Translational Data Analytics Institute at The Ohio State University.