Measuring the speed of ethics is neither fast or slow. It is movement. Ethics is more about the everyday choices we make.
From the Blog on ethics
Digital transformation is never about technology. It’s about power, principles, and whether or not we’ll address the patriarchy.
Lists were my Mom’s helpers. Ethics Review Boards can be that too if we embrace them and view them as something contributing to making our project better.
Often the next right thing is not clear and we need help in seeing where to step next. It could be forward, sideways, backwards, or even waiting.
There are many ways to describe something – sometimes we can simply describe questions that it raises. Here are questions for a digital ethics committee
Guides have limits; they are not meant to restrict us, but rather help us flourish. They help us focus on certain things, but it is up to see the whole.
The pandemic is a complex problem. Digital technology can help, but what should we do in the short term to ensure we don’t have negative long term impact?
We forget to or justify not deleting data. We need independent bodies with teeth to help us avoid making charcoal, when we were going for succulence.
Mental models and thought experiments help us think through complex issues and potential consequences. There are no ‘right’ answers, just values and ethics.