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As the world, and in particular the workplace, employs more and more artificial intelligence (AI), digital ethics is no longer a nice-to-have but an essential. Joining Paul on this podcast are three heavyweight minds who specialize in this area. Follow the conversation as they discuss the connection between morality and power; how technology shapes politics and vice versa; establishing digital workplace principles; oh… and Mary Poppins!

Listen to Episode 53: Would Mary Poppins raise ethical robots?

Guest speakers: David Oskandy, Former Global Counsel at Avanade; Florin Rotar, Global Modern Workplace Lead at Avanade and co-author of “We, The People: Human Purpose in a Digital Age – A guide to digital ethics for individuals, organizations and robots”; and Josh Simons, graduate fellow at Harvard and author of (soon to be published) “AI vs. Democracy: How citizens can rule machines”.

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