The Ethics of Digitalisation: From Principles to Practice advances dialogue and action at the intersection of science, politics, digital economy, and civil society. Digitalization efforts are rapidly proliferating across sectors, prompting new and large-scale ethical challenges that arise from technological development and deployment that have important rights and justice implications. This project engaged interdisciplinary networks of scholars and students, as well as civil society groups, policymakers, and other stakeholders in order to advance research outputs with social relevance in application-related and practice-based contexts such as content moderation, tech-assisted learning, or well-being.
The Ethics of Digitalisation was led by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), the Berkman Klein Center, and the Digital Asia Hub, in collaboration with various research centers of the Global Network of Internet & Society Centers (NoC), and with the German President as patron and the support of Stiftung Mercator.
Download the Report
Read the final report on the initiative published by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, here.
Research Clinic on Cities, Digitalization, and Ethics
Explore the speakers and discussion topics from our October 2021 Research Clinic here.
Digital Self-Determination Research Sprint
Meet the 25 students who joined us for our spring 2021 “Research Sprint” here.
Check our list of past events here.
- Platform Futures Roundtable Series - January 27, 2023
- Interview with Haiqing Yu: Automated Decision Making in China & Researching “Global China” - January 24, 2023
- A Year in Review: 2022 at the Hub - December 27, 2022