Hirsch Provides Leadership to Ohio Data Ethics Working Group
The Moritz College of Law recently shared a news item about Professor Dennis Hirsch and the Ohio Data Ethics working group. The Moritz news blog post is being shared here for the benefit of OTDI data and analytics colleagues.
Professor Hirsch, Brian Sampsel, Kirk Herath, created the Ohio Data Ethics Working Group which has been meeting every six weeks (since 2021) for the purpose of discussing and sharing knowledge about data ethics management best practices.
The working group is comprised of nine companies and The Ohio State University. The working group is comprised of nine companies and The Ohio State University. Participating group members representing OTDI include Chief Data Privacy Officer Holly Drake and Data Governance Program Director Laura Gast. The group follows Professor Hirsch’s materials and collaborates to evolve their own responsible and ethical artificial intelligence practices while promoting the trustworthy use of these technologies.
Professor Hirsch creates the curriculum and invites outside data experts to augment the material. Per Professor Hirsch, “As far as I know we are the only formal, statewide group of our kind. We have created something new and original and, together, we are making it a success.”
Read the full post and learn more about this working group and how they analyze the issue of being able to do something technically and legally, while looking though an ethics lens.