AI can help sustainable investors process mountains of data that hold essential information for ESG investing.
Some countries require (or will be requiring in the close future) financial institutions to disclose to regulators on how the projects and investments they are working on/financing are impacting the environment.
Nature Biotech has created a Dynamic Early-warning by Learning to Predict High Impact (DELPHI) system to predict which research will be the most ‘impactful’.
Please mark your calendars for May 19, 2022!
On January 6, HKUST Business School Magazine published an article featuring the Responsible Digital Leadership Project.
Søren Juul Jørgensen and Elise St. John spoke at the Data Sciences Summit in Poland, which was held on December 3.
On November 8, 2021, Søren Juul Jørgensen was a featured speaker in an open, audience-driven roundtable discussion centered on AI entrepreneurship and the technology’s potential to tackle the world’s most pressing issues, particularly in a post-pandemic context.
On September 13, 2021, the Responsible Digital Leadership was featured at Copenhagen Fintech Week’s research symposium: Making the World a Better Place with Fintech Research.
On September 9, 2021, the Responsible Digital Leadership project was featured at European Blockchain Week during Workshop One: Convergence of Blockchain with AI and IoT.
In collaboration with the RMIT Cyber Ready Cloud Innovation Centre, the Responsible Digital Leadership Project worked with AWS’s innovation methodologies in a CIC Innovation Challenge to look at ways to help financial institutions become aware of these risks and dilemmas and understand how to tackle them in an ethical way.