Executive Ethics Symposium
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Aug. 14, 2020
WhereOnline via Zoom
The 2020 Executive Ethics Symposium invites top business professionals to discuss the ethical implications of various trending business topics. Previous symposiums have covered material such as artificial intelligence, the B Corp movement, and mortgage issues.
Topic: The rise of big data is affecting almost every aspect of how we conduct business. The 2020 Executive Ethics Symposium will explore the ethical aspects of the collection, protection, and use of different types of data. With distinguished panelists from the non-profit, academic, and corporate arenas, attendees will be challenged to think differently about how to approach the data that drives decision-making in their industry.
The power of data continues to grow as our ability to collect and analyze is becomes more sophisticated. As the time between collection and analysis shortens and more immediate decision points are presented to us, ethical considerations become ever more important. “Data ethilytics,” a term coined by SCCE CEO Gerry Zack, identifies three big ethical questions concerning data: what are appropriate methods of collecting data, what are appropriate uses of data, and what are appropriate methods of storing data? The 2020 Executive Ethics Symposium will explore these questions and what they mean for your organization.
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