Before alternatives can have relevance, we need to focus on awareness. And in one sense, awareness is about digital literacy.
From the Blog on ICT4D
Audits almost always check that consent was collected. But rarely, if ever, do they check if appropriate awareness was created.
When you ask for more and more information about me, I get suspicious and wonder why you need this information, what you do with it.
By asking the two critical questions to a diverse group of participants, we quickly see nuance and complexity. One size doesn’t fit all. Ever.
The challenge of the long tail of data and technology is often caused by speculation and scope creep – these sit within the circles of complexity and power.
How do we as a society walk the fine line between benefit and harm when its the same data and insight? Diversity is key.
Trees are planted today, but for future generations – some we will never meet. What if we approached digital transformation this way?
Standards are critical to digital transformation. It’s hard to talk about working across teams or across organisations without setting standards first.
When we strip away all information about the context in which it was collected we lose meaning. And yet, this happens all the time