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Medtech – the debate we’re not yet having

Medtech – the debate we’re not yet having

January 21, 2019 With the digital health market predicted growth to $536.6 billion by 2025 it’s no surprise that tech brands like Apple are now investing in the shift from wellness to healthcare. Yet these medtech advancements raise serious challenges around data privacy, affordability, exclusivity and potential exploitation. Read more >
Ethics in tech now vital for investors

Ethics in tech now vital for investors

January 21, 2019 Ethics in tech has never been as important to investors nor as visible now that AI is enabling forensic analysis of big data.  The outperformance of ESG investing highlights the appeal and need for standardised data, on which tech companies are falling short. Read more >
Tech companies appointing Chief Ethics Officers

Tech companies appointing Chief Ethics Officers

January 21, 2019 Negative news stories around the poor behaviour of tech giants such as Deliveroo means that the tech sector is facing a crisis of trust. Will a proliferation of new executive roles, such as Salesforce’s first Chief Ethical and Humane Use Officer, be sufficient to stem the issue? Read more >
Creating room for sustainable business to fail

Creating room for sustainable business to fail

October 20, 2017 Fear of failure risks stalling the momentum on progressing the sustainability agenda. Businesses should embrace a more honest and transparent approach to enable others to learn from their mistakes, writes Richard Hardyment.   Read more >
2014: year of the individual

2014: year of the individual

January 30, 2014 With pundits busy predicting what the year ahead holds, Mike Tuffrey reviews their forecasts and concludes that it’s down to individuals to make the difference. Read more >