Posts under the Topic:
Philosophy & Ethics
Spotlight on farmer connect®: data for transparent and fair supply chains
Michael Chrisment is the CEO of the Swiss startup farmer connect®. Using IBM’s blockchain technology, the agritech company ensures greater sustainability and transparency in the food industry’s production and supply chains.
Emotion AI – the artificial emotional intelligence
Robots with emotions can master complex tasks better. Researchers are convinced of this. But how do machines learn to read emotions, and what opportunities does emotion AI open up in the business world?
Are sustainability and social responsibility feasible in e-commerce?
Particularly for younger generations, sustainability and social responsibility are key buying factors. How can small and medium-sized e-commerce retailers ensure that their products meet these requirements?
European digital ethics: the key to regaining data sovereignty
Global corporations in the USA store and handle the highly personal data of hundreds of millions of Europeans. Establishing European digital ethics is the key to reclaiming the most important commodity of the 21st century.
Meaningful brands: What are the key ingredients of your brand value?
Brand value – the value of a brand is much more than the mere monetary value, known as brand equity. The Meaningful Brands study provides advice on how your company can increase its brand value and improve its brand image.
Corporate digital responsibility: why digital ethics are essential
Where do the ethical boundaries of digitalization lie? And what are the digital responsibilities of companies? Find out here why we should strive now more than ever for corporate digital responsibility (CDR).
Sustainable start-ups: Can climate protection and business work in combination?
Green, greener, start-up. More and more companies are focusing on sustainability. But how can this demand be met without foregoing the demands of a prospering business? In this interview, CHOOOSE founder Andreas Slettvoll indicates how this can work.