"In code we trust "
For the past eighteen years PR agency Edelman has been measuring World Wide Trust levels. The 2017 version of their trust barometer showed a Total Meltdown of trust in corporations and institutions while at the same time the trust in technology continues to be remarkably high.
We clearly see how trust is shifting from the institutional hierarchies towards the network economy. Organizations like Tripadvisor, Amazon and Airbnb are using reviews and ratings to organize our trust. But at the same time, they are so successful at monetizing their platforms, that trust is becoming a monopoly. And while trust is steadily shifting, our perception of what is real and what is not continues to be disrupted. Facebook, Twitter and Google have primarily based their business models on advertising. These so-called attention merchants are massively publishing clickbait content and fake news to draw us in. Can we really put our trust in their code organizing our lives while losing grip on the truth?
So we should reconsider how to organize trust in a sustainable manner. Can we distribute trust in technology-based solutions such as the token economy, autonomous intelligent systems and self-organizing platforms? Are we trust-ready for the next digital waves, for instance in biotechnology? What are our options really and what should we take into consideration before we decide who and what to trust?
Michiel Boreel, CTO of Sogeti Group will guide you through these questions. Michiel is researching the impact of digital on the happiness of society and the consequences for organizations, and will share his latest insights. We're looking forward to the round table discussions and your inspiring ideas.
- Dato: onsdag d. 23. januar 2019
- Tid: 18:00 - 22:00
- Sprog: engelsk
- Lokation: København
- Indlægsholdere: Michiel Boreel, Sogeti Group CTO | Sara Green Brodersen, Founder & CEO at Deemly
- Deltagelse: ønsker du at modtage en indbydelse, skriv til firstname.lastname@example.org
- Målgruppe: CxO, Director, VP
Michiel Boreel has been CTO of the Sogeti Group since 2007. In this capacity he also heads the Group R&D center VINT: Vision, Inspiration, Navigation, Trends, which among other things seeks to inspire our clients to create competitive advantages by adopting innovative technology. The VINT institute regularly publishes their leading thoughts and findings in magazines, blogs, books and other media.
Sara Green Brodersen is the Founder & CEO of Deemly, a technology startup aimed at breaking down trust barriers for users in the sharing economy. As an international public speaker, she enjoys sharing her passion about all things connected to trust in online communities and has quickly gained attention from industry leaders and sharing economy visionaries alike. Sara earned a M.Sc. in E-business from the IT University of Copenhagen and has worked as a Management Consultant within the realm of IT and digital innovation. Being Danish of origin she has worked in the technology sector in both San Francisco and London and also holds exams from Cambridge and Stanford Universities.