leaders from the Gates Foundation and Innovation for Poverty Action (IPA) for an inspiration session and collaborative workshop.
The Responsible Digital Leadership Project hosted its seventh inspiration session on Wednesday, July 7th, focusing on the topic of blockchain technologies and cryptocurrency regulation.
On Wednesday (6/30) the Responsible Digital Leadership Project hosted the first of two cross-pollination workshops to promote collaboration across teams as well as individual dilemmas.
This Inspiration Session featured Bryan Zhang, the Executive Director at Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance.
This Inspiration Session featured Jeni Mundy, a Managing Director at Visa in the UK & Ireland, and Chris Crespo, from Fast Forward Banking.
We contributed with a short article about data ethics and cultural differences to the French tech company Atos’s publication Digital Vision: Data Ethics in their Global Opinions Paper series.
Our project considers ethics relating to privacy and ethics of artificial intelligence and Machine Learning, AI/ML, in the context of Responsible Digital Leadership in the Financial Sector.
This week we launched the Responsible Digital Leadership project at Stanford.