Episode four of season two of SOCAP’s podcast series, Money + Meaning: Unlikely Allies Building New Markets for Impact is now available!
Episode 2.4: The Impact of Big Data and Technology
Big data offers great potential to solve social problems–as well as the potential to create new ones. Recent scandals, such the one involving Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, have raised serious questions and concerns about how our data is being collected and used. Consumers, investors, businesses, and governments are now considering the implications of big data on everything from economic development to human rights.
As data collection becomes a fact of everyday life, what questions should we all be asking?
Recorded live at a SOCAP18 session on user data, trust, and transparency, the latest episode of Money + Meaning features a panel made up of an impact investor, a law school professor, and a strategy consultant from a leading design firm discussing how data and technology is already impacting the lives of people today and how it might impact our collective future.
The panelists’ conversation touches upon questions such as: Who owns the vast amounts of personal data that are being collected today? Is privacy becoming something that only the rich can afford? What should businesses be doing to build trust within the marketplace? How are governments attempting to regulate “big data”?
Listen to the latest episode of Money + Meaning to hear their insightful answers.
Cornerstone Capital Group
Berkeley Law School, Center for Law and Technology
Host: Alex Kravitz
About Money + Meaning
Money + Meaning is the official podcast of SOCAP. This series aims to expand the conversation around impact investing and strategies to finance and support social change while stimulating innovative and valuable new partnerships across sectors.
- Private Accountability in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Sonia Katyal for UCLA Law Review
- Why You Should Be Suspicious of That Study Claiming A.I. Can Detect a Person’s Sexual Orientation, Sonia Katyal for Slate
- Customer Data: Designing for Transparency and Trust, Timothy Morey, Theodore Forbath, Allison Schoop, Harvard Business Review
- UCOT In the Media
Watch the full session featured in this week’s Money + Meaning podcast, recorded at SOCAP18