“Responsible technology is no longer a nice thing to do to look good, it’s becoming a fundamental pillar of corporate business models. In a post-Cambridge Analytica world, consumers are demanding better technology and more transparency. Companies that do create those services are the ones that will have a better, brighter future.”
Kriti Sharma, VP of AI at Sage — one of the UK’s largest tech companies, speaking at a recent Doteveryone event.
Adopting a Responsible Technology approach isn’t straightforward. There’s currently no roadmap, or even any common language, about how to embed responsible technology practices in practical and tangible ways.
That’s why Doteveryone has spent the last year researching the issues organisations face and we’re now developing a model that will help guide organisations to assess the level of responsibility of their technology products or services as they develop them.
We are currently in the process of developing a number of assessment tools which product teams can work through to help them examine and evaluate how they handle the 3Cs (context, consequences, and contribution) of Responsible Technology in real time during the development cycle.
The form of the assessments range from checklists to step-by-step information mapping to team board games.
From September we’ll be conducting rolling testing of the 3C model and the assessments we’ve developed. If you’re interested in helping us, please sign up and we’ll be in touch with you’re when we’re ready to go >>>
Register your interest to help us test the 3C model and the assessments using here: