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Five Corporate Social Responsibility Trends For Leaders To Watch In 2019 - Data Privacy and AI Ethics Stepped to the Fore in 2018 - Trend of tighter corporate governance expected to continue into the New Year - And More
1/8/2019 9:11:00 AM

Five Corporate Social Responsibility Trends For Leaders To Watch In 2019

By Timothy J. McClimon for Forbes

 

 

2018 proved to be an active year in Corporate Social Responsibility with issues related to sustainability, globalization, advocacy on social issues and multiple natural disasters in the forefront. Some of these issues and trends will continue into 2019, but leaders should expect to see the following noteworthy changes…

 

 

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Data Privacy and AI Ethics Stepped to the Fore in 2018

Stratfor Worldview

 

 

The development of artificial intelligence is spawning a race between the United States and China to become not only technologically dominant but to also determine who will set the global standards that will govern how and when new technologies should be used. In an On Geopolitics column published in October, Stratfor's Rebecca Keller examined the ethical questions at the heart of the ideological battle between existing Western-led norms and China's evolving digital authoritarianism...

 

 

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Trend of tighter corporate governance expected to continue into the New Year

By Kiran Kabtta Somvanshi for Economic Times

 

 

2018 saw the corporate governance heat being turned on by regulators, shareholders and investors. Result: several large companies were compelled to disclose more than they were planning to, with promoters and managements reaching out to investors to explain their stand. Regulators and shareholders are no longer willing to look the other way, with more global, complex, volatile and competitive business.

 

 

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With Alexa and Siri for the office, complaining at work is going to get a lot more dangerous

By Joe D’Allegro for CNBC

 

 

Experts say virtual assistants have the potential to dramatically alter the lives of white-collar workers, providing employers with unimaginable levels of data that can be analyzed to improve decision-making. But to do so, these AI technologies — sitting on desks and in conference rooms — will be monitoring every word employees speak, along with their tone.

 

 

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