Our lives and outlook, and those of our children, are fast being shaped by digital. These changes are unplanned, largely unregulated and already happening. This, warns Adam Thilthorpe, leaves us reliant on the ethical fortitude of developers. He says we urgently need a clear ethical framework for digital innovation.
Adam Thilthorpe, BCS Director for Professionalism in IT, will be visiting the branch to give the above talk.
Free and Open to All. Refreshments at 1830, Talk at 1900.
More details: glasgow.bcs.org
A city-centre landmark for distinguished events
This Glasgow landmark, once the headquarters of Teacher’s Whisky, has now been transformed into a versatile city centre venue for events, banqueting, conferences and meetings.