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Ethics and responsible innovation in EU projects

Ethics and responsible innovation in EU projects

Written by Teresa Iglesias Lopez | Reviewed by Gabriela Ayala

Created on: 09 Jan 2020 | Updated on: 28 Jan 2020

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

David Coles, Director Enhance International, and the dire need to assess impacts of big tech

In the last decades, groundbreaking innovations have improved the quality of life substantially. However, some promising solutions have led to big, unintended side effects – as we have seen with genetically modified organisms or nuclear research. .

To assess unwanted consequences of technology, David Coles, Director of Enhance International, calls for a “What could possibly go wrong” day in businesses of all sizes and sectors.

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