- It’s been a big year for companies pushing the boundaries of technology – and not in a good way.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal led to a public outcry about privacy, the Commonwealth Bank’s loss of customer data raised concerns about cybersecurity, and a fatal self-driving car crash put the safety of automated systems in the spotlight.
- The Conversation
These controversies are just the latest warning signs that we urgently need better governance of the technologies redefining the world.
Governance cannot be left just to the public sector – it is a job for all citizens.
Until now, we’ve…