IoT/ Innovation: Data ethics, regulation and responsible design
Data-intensive products and services raise questions about the values embedded in them. These values shape how information is processed to profile and classify individuals and groups.
Collective issues concerning ethical and social impact of data use must therefore be adequately addressed in designing tools
that support ethical reflection and self-assessment for developers of connected products.
From this perspective, societal consequences should be assessed using open and participatory solutions. In fact, engaging with designers and developers of IoT products and services at the point of design makes it possible to embed ethical considerations in a collaborative way without undermining necessary regulations.
Ore 3.00 pm Panel I
Irina Shklovski | IT University Copenhagen
Annelie Berner | Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design
Andrea Di Salvo | Politecnico di Torino
Ruggero Castagnola | Accurat
Ore 4.00 pm Panel II
Alison Powell | London School of Economics
Matteo Magnani | Uppsala University
Luca Rossi | IT University Copenhagen
Silvia Chiusano | SmartData@PoliTO Center
Ore 4.45 pm Panel III
Alessandro Mantelero | Politecnico di Torino
Javier Ruiz | Open Rights Group