Designing Ethical Technology Requires Systems for Anticipation and Resilience
Appeared In: MIT Sloan Management Review
Publication Date: October 4, 2021
The increased speed and scale of emerging technologies can make ethical lapses more likely, more costly, and harder to recover from. To reduce ethical lapses, organizations need two kinds of systems: systems for anticipation and systems for resilience. This article examines frameworks for introducing these systems in organizations. Martin and Parmar draw on AI and data-driven examples from the real world, but these principles can be applied to a variety of emerging technologies.
Martin, K., & Parmar, B. (B. (2021, October 4). Designing ethical technology requires systems for anticipation and resilience. MIT Sloan Management Review.