Integrity 20’18

Recalibrating big tech’s moral compass

In recent times the narrative around technology as intrinsically positive has shifted as it becomes apparent that ‘big tech’ lies at the centre of many ethical issues we face as a society. How do we regulate the unaccountable power of the tech giants and get them to take ethics seriously? Is it time to re-evaluate the role technology plays in our lives ? Where are the opportunities for digital optimism?

Integrity 20’18 |
Length 00:46:50
Filmed 25 Oct 2018
Venue Conservatorium Theatre
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
South Bank, Brisbane

Matt is a husband, dad, pop culture nerd, moral philosopher and ethicist. Matt is a Fellow at the Ethics Centre and the resident philosopher for the kids ethics podcast Short & Curly.

Matthew Beard

Philosopher and ethicist, Read more

Fiona researches, speaks and consults on a range of topics including the neuroscience of human-human and human-technology interaction, neurogenesis, and leadership.
Fiona Kerr

Neural and systems complexity specialist, Read more

Seth is the author of the New York Times bestselling book Everybody Lies: What the Internet Tells Us About Who We Really Are.

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz

Economist and former Google data scientist, Read more

Mark Pesce (host)

Futurist, inventor, author, educator and broadcaster, Read more

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