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Authors

MJ Petroni
Cyborg Anthropologist and CEO, Causeit, Inc.

Jessica Long
Cyborg Anthropologist, Causeit, Inc,

Contributors

Steven C. Tiell
Senior Principal—Digital Ethics
Accenture Labs

Harrison Lynch
Accenture Labs

Scott L. David
University of Washington
Data Ethics Research Initiative

Launched by Accenture’s Technology Vision team, the Data Ethics Research Initiative brings together leading thinkers and researchers from Accenture Labs and over a dozen external organizations to explore the most pertinent issues of data ethics in the digital economy. The goal of this research initiative is to outline strategic guidelines and tactical actions businesses, government agencies, and NGOs can take to adopt ethical practices throughout their data supply chains.

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