Designing Values-Driven Digital Tools [Video]

In this interview, Virginia Eubanks, author of Automating Inequality, explores how we can design digital tools that will uphold our values rather than undermine them.

Find out why digital tools aren't value-neutral, what new ethics conversations these tools should prompt, and learn why values should show up "on purpose, from the beginning" of the design process.

 

What values should guide us as we develop digital tools?

What new ethics conversations do we need to have about digital tools?

Digital tools aren't neutral?

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