Director Piers Turner co-author of new article on corporate data ethics
Technologies like AI and advanced analytics pose novel threats to the privacy of consumers, threats that existing privacy law is ill-suited to address. How do companies navigate this brave new world of data ethics? How, in practice, are companies drawing the lines between what is fair or "ethical" and what is not?
To investigate such questions, CEHV Director Piers Turner is co-author on a new interdisciplinary study of corporate data ethics, with a team including Dennis Hirsch (PI) from Ohio State’s Program on Data and Governance in the Moritz College of Law, and colleagues from sociology, business, computer science.
"We are finding that when companies go beyond legal compliance, they struggle to figure out what they are supposed to do," states Turner.
Read and download the full report at the SSRN eLibrary: Corporate Data Ethics: Data Governance Transformations for the Age of Advanced Analytics and AI.