Virtual Talking Data Series: Jade Haar, Head of Data Ethics, NAB
Topic: Human Data Rights – The Motivation for Data Ethics
There are many motivations for Data Ethics but how do you ensure you are designing governance processes that provide both support innovation but allow a safe place for ethical challenge? What responsibilities should corporations have in this largely lightly regulated space? How do we move the dial on thinking about what makes responsible data use? Hear from NAB on how they’ve been designing their Data Ethics Framework to look at the tough issues.
About our speakerJade is a legal practitioner of almost 20 years’ experience, having worked in indigenous land rights, protection of vulnerable people litigation as well privacy and equality law in New Zealand, UK and Australia. She has worked with the world’s oldest national broadcaster and now proudly works for NAB. As a data ethics and privacy professional, Jade leads her team to embed a data ethics culture at the bank where innovation is supported but balanced with critically assessing benefits, impacts and harms.
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