19 Apr 2018, 3:30 p.m.
Responsible technology does not need to be created specifically for social good, but it must not subtract from society. Doteveryone envisions a world where mainstream technology products, services and business models do not knowingly deepen existing vulnerabilities and inequalities, and do not create new ones.
Their ongoing research highlights examples of both responsible and not responsible technology and some unintended social consequences.
Following Martha Lane Fox’s keynote speech, Doteveryone asks how we can foster collaborations between policy makers, civil society and the tech industry to ensure responsible tech becomes the normal.
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