Digital Ethics debate at the Digital Enlightenment Forum

DEF_logoOn March 1st I participated in a debate on Digital Ethics organized by the Digital Enlightenment Forum (DEF).  The debate was a follow-up of previous discussions at the DEF in 2015 and brought together lawyers, engineers, economists, social scientists and philosophers to discuss challenges and possible framework for digital ethics that might help people, organizations, businesses and societies deal with the fast and complex ways in which digital technologies are impacting human lives. What follows is an abbreviated summary of the event. A more complete version is available from the DEF website.

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