Guest blog written by John Rosling, who is a writer and lecturer on entrepreneurship and Head of Thought at the Contexis Index CIC. Business faces a storm of existential challenges. Trust between business and the society it operates within is low and still falling. The 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer survey of 33,000 people in 28 … Continue reading Trust isn’t a crisis – it’s a cascade
Q&A series with Tracey Groves, founder and director of Intelligent Ethics, on AI and ethics I prefer to think it’s more about job augmentation rather than job displacement. AI will be able to enrich our lives through the optimisation of the best of technology, and the creation of more skilled jobs in areas such as … Continue reading How should business leaders approach the issues of job transformation and displacement?
Q&A series with Tracey Groves, founder and director of Intelligent Ethics on ethical leadership: I don’t know how to fly an aeroplane, but I still travel by air when I need to, with the plane primarily being flown by a computer programme and with minimal human intervention. I trust the system, processes, procedures in place, … Continue reading How can we trust AI if we don’t know how it works?
Q&A series with Tracey Groves, founder and director of Intelligent Ethics on AI and ethics: In practice, ethical leadership will look far more inclusive by nature. When it comes to embracing AI and other advanced technologies, ethical leadership will consider the diverse needs and requirements of a variety of different stakeholder groups. This includes not … Continue reading What might ethical leadership look like in practice when it comes to AI and other advanced technologies?
by Rick Borges, Head of Assessment, Banking Standards Board In our everyday lives we are guided by our personal values and beliefs. We use these both directly and subconsciously as a compass, to inform the way in which we behave. In our social circles we seek to establish trust and behave in a way to ensure … Continue reading Walking The Talk