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CPH – Initiative for Tech, Ethics and Law – by Copenhagen FinTech
May 6, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am CESTFree
Digital responsibility and data-ethics is an issue of growing concern and increasingly important for consumers/users, regulators and the industry. In collaboration with Stanford University, Søren Juul Jørgensen is working on an international research project to develop a model for how companies can apply legal and ethical standards in their efforts for responsible digital management.
About Søren Juul Jørgensen: Søren is a research fellow at Stanford University, ICT/tech, law, business development and strategy. The past 4 years he has been head of the Danish Center in Palo Alto and Denmark’s Consul General in Silicon Valley.
The project is working with an international group of banks and other financial institutions from Europe and the US and aims to create a toolbox for companies to help them engage with and apply new technology, focusing on the legal requirements such as GDPR and ethical principles of IT management. In collaboration with European and US companies from the fintech industry and relevant organizations and universities, the project aims to develop a model and a roadmap for organization’s ethical considerations.
The event will give fintech startups the opportunity to learn about the project for digital responsibility and share their insights, concerns and experiences with the legal/regulatory framework and the ethical standards in Denmark. The discussed results will be gathered and presented in a model on responsible technology adaption developed by Søren later this year.
- Presentation and introductions
- ITEL Project on Stanford: An American / European Development Project for Digital Responsibility
- Model for Responsible Technology Adaption with focus on the financial sector
- Questions and debate on digital responsibility
Read more here: https://files.conferencemanager.dk/medialibrary/EC37694A-B645-4F88-95FC-2CB4FF71509A/images/Initiative_for_Tech_and_Ethics_April_2019.pdf