RESOURCES

 

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Podcasts

Here are some of our favorite podcasts.

 

Newsletters

To get the latest tech news that’s hot off the press, subscribe to these newsletters.

 

Journalists to Follow

Here are some of our favorite journalists reporting on tech ethics.

 

Books to Read

Below you’ll find a list of variety of books that discuss everything from the impact of technology on society, to the history of humanity (to know where we’re going it’s important to know where we’ve been), and a philosophical discussion of ethics.

 
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Documentaries

Netflix released a fantastic film on how Cambridge Analytica used Facebook data to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Brexit, as well as several other elections across the world. This film explains how our data can be used against us and we can be psychologically manipulated in a way that threatens democracies. If you host a screening, you can find a great discussion guide created by the Center for Humane Technology.

 
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Presentations & Webinars

Here are some videos that provide a strong introduction to tech ethics and moral philosophy.

 

Online Courses

 
 
 
 
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Implement & Operationalize Ethics

If you’re trying to start integrating ethical AI practices into your work or at your company, you’ll find these articles by Kathy Baxter, Architect of Ethical AI Practice at Salesforce, to be extremely helpful.

 

Toolkits & Checklists

Here are some of the most common toolkits used by companies to help them think through ethical questions.

 
 
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Governance

Some companies are speaking up about what type of industry regulation there should be and making recommendations to government officials.

 

Government Regulations

One of the toughest data privacy laws was passed in California and will go into effect starting on January 1, 2020 and is likely to have an impact far beyond the borders of California. Additionally, a couple members of Congress have been busy crafting legislation to impose some regulations on tech companies. Sometimes this legislation takes years before it is passed. Here is the pending legislation.

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