• Irina Shklovski

    Professor, KU


    Irina Shklovski works across many disciplines, focusing on ethics in technology development, information privacy, social networks, and relational practices. Her projects address responsible technology design, data governance, online information disclosure, the use of self-tracking technologies, data leakage on mobile devices and the sense of powerlessness people experience in the face of massive personal data collection.

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Conference Hall
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by CBS

      The negative effects of poorly designed, unethical, and unsustainable digitalization on society, environment, and individual are undeniable. Examples range from Facebook’s manipulation of democratic elections and the dismantling of labour institutions in the gig-economy to racist and sexist AI and digital, just-in-time supply chains spreading virus infections to become global pandemics. What are the deeper issues with digitalization for which these examples are mere symptoms? And what can be done to ensure that digitalization results in a tenable future? These fundamental questions of responsible digitalization will be debated by a panel of leading experts.

      Introduction: “Responsible Management”; Attila Márton, Associate professor, digital ecologist, CBS Expert
      Panel Debate: Torkil Clemmensen, Professor, Dept. of Digitalization, CBS Joanna Saad-Sulonen, Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Digital Design, ITU Irina Shklovski, Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, KU Andreas Wieland, Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Operations Management, CBS

      Session coordinator: Attila Márton, CBS
      Facilitator: Attila Márton, CBS
      Responsible Digitalization (debate)
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