About the author

Gry Hasselbalch works with the industry, policymakers, NGOs and end users in the cross field of tech, ethics, human rights and society. She has for years focused on the international data ethics agenda and is cofounder of the thinkdotank DataEthics.eu. Gry is behind several studies, articles and reports including the book Data Ethics – The New Competitive Advantage (Hasselbalch, Tranberg, 2016) that explores data ethics as a legal, social and business development. 

She is a member of the European Commission's High-Level Group on AI that developed ethics and policy recommendations for AI in the EU; is co-chair of the P7006 standard within the IEEE's Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in AI and Autonomous Systems; and was a member of the Danish Expert Group on Data Ethics  appointed to provide the Danish government with recommendations on data ethicsin 2018. Her speaking engagements ranges from the world’s agenda setting international organisations to big industry conferences, such as ISF, EIT, the Privacy Professionals conferences, the German Marshall fund, OECD, UN and ClubofThree.  

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Principles and Guidelines for Companies, Authorities & Organisations

The independent thinkdotank DataEthics.eu has developed a set of data ethics principles and guidelines that may help the integration of data ethics in your data processing activities. In this book, the authors present the principles, a detailed questionnaire and a FAQ on data ethics. The authors acknowledge that nobody is perfect, that everything is in beta – also with data ethics. The important thing is that companies start the process of integrating data ethics in their businesses, and get better at it for every step they take.

The principles and guidelines may be reproduced freely as long as DataEhics.eu is clearly credited with a link to: 

3,18  USD
Pdf & Epub
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Printed pages39
Publish date11 Mar 2020
Published byPernille publisher
ISBN print9788771920598
ISBN pdf9788771920482
ISBN epub9788771920499