[B1] The ethics of automation – driving meaningful working lives in a more automated future workplace

[B1] The ethics of automation – driving meaningful working lives in a more automated future workplace

Discuss: interactive panel

Future of Work Stream 1 / Future of Leadership and Business Management

The ethics of automation – driving meaningful working lives in a more automated future workplace

As new technology maximises productivity and output, if used unethically it can also alienate people, reduce customer and shareholder confidence, and ultimately impact our business success. What are the legal, ethical and reputational risks of more automated and less human work environments? How can we ensure the rush towards increased productivity doesn’t compromise humanity, but rather preserve good work? Join in and interact with this panel of specialists to discover:

  • the social responsibility of leaders in preserving good work while increasing business outcomes
  • the line between increasing productivity through automation and preserving social well-being
  • ensuring a positive impact of automation on jobs, people, organisations and the wider economy  

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