Robust appraisal systems make pay transparency an opportunity to improve performance rather than a compliance burden.
Do responsible AI programs address the risks of third-party artificial intelligence tools? A panel of experts weighs in.
Elizabeth M. Renieris, David Kiron, Steven Mills, and Abhishek Gupta
The lack of transparency in corporate philanthropy doesn’t serve companies or their stakeholders.
Patricia A. Banks
Deloitte thought leaders discuss how to develop a holistic approach to the ethical use of technology.
Beena Ammanath and Catherine Bannister
Virtual, tech-mediated collaboration carries risks of isolation, exclusion, surveillance, and self-censorship.
Lebene Soga, Yemisi Bolade-Ogunfodun, and Benjamin Laker
To make social platforms a more positive force, we must understand the phenomena that drive them.
Sinan Aral, interviewed by Paul Michelman
MIT SMR authors David Bray and R “Ray” Wang discuss how people-centered design principles can serve as a framework in AI implementation.
R “Ray” Wang, David A. Bray, and Allyson MacDonald
To avoid bias, people-centered design principles must be the foundation of deep-learning algorithms.
David A. Bray and R “Ray” Wang
Corporate activism is often framed as “take a stand or be silent.” But other alternatives exist.
N. Craig Smith and Daniel Korschun
Companies should be more forthcoming about long-term value-creation strategies when communicating with investors.
Tim Youmans and Brian Tomlinson
For companies relying on algorithms in daily transactions, transparency is a difficult issue.