Christopher Joynson is a Digital Transformation Consultant for Atos in the UK, specialising in Energy and Utilities. As part of his role he is a member of the Atos Scientific Community, and a member of the Editorial Board for their most recent publication Journey 2024 https://atos.net/en/lp/journey-2024.
Christopher has a deep passion for Digital Inclusion in our society, and how we ensure that our most vulnerable citizens, and indeed society as a whole can reap the same value and joy from digital technologies.
Through Christopher’s and Rob’s joint exploration of the topic in 2017/18, we conducted public research into the state of Digital Inclusion in today’s society and we co-founded the Corporate Digital Responsibility concept as then defined within Atos and Worldline.
Christopher continues to write extensively on the subject.
Dr Karen Elliott is a Senior Lecturer/Assoc. Prof. in Enterprise & Innovation at Newcastle University Business School. Her passion surrounds ‘FinTech’; a major growth industry in the UK. Karen is a self-termed ‘pracademic’ bridging an industrial background/academic career and recently named as ‘Standout#35 Women in FinTech Powerlist 2019 by Innovate Finance’. Karen with Prof van Moorsel co-leads a £1.2m EPSRC Research Project (FinTrust) in 2018 collaborating with Durham Based nationally renowned Atom Bank on optimising FinTech services. In addition, exploring identity verification for financial inclusion funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. FinTrust examines the issue of trust, security and ethical AI investigating increased automation and trust engineering to deliver consumer transparency
Dr. Saskia Dörr is an expert in corporate digital responsibility, sustainable digitalisation and collaboration. With her company WiseWay, she supports medium-sized companies and corporations in the digital transformation with responsibility to maintain their "good reputation" with customers, talents and the public even in the digital age. She combines her decades of experience in managing digital innovation and product areas with her professional expertise in sustainability management and organisational development. Saskia Dörr has completed management studies in Madrid, Oxford and Lüneburg and holds an MBA degree in Sustainability Management. She began her professional career with a doctorate in natural sciences. Today she is a lecturer for universities and teaches "Sustainability Management and Digitalization" at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg. In March 2020 her "Praxisleitfaden Corporate Digital Responsibility" was published as the first German-language management book on this topic.´
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Oliver Merx works in Berlin as a senior manager in a digital health company, which is a subsidiary of one of the world's leading insurance companies. Oliver is known as speaker on congresses in various areas of digitization (e.g. CDR, eHealth, Digital Workplace)
He is founder of the CDR LinkedIn Group and publisher of the CDR Playbook (German/English). In addition he published an open source CDR Mindmap and helped to develop the CDR Building Bloxx, an innovative framework for the standardization of CDR concepts and fields of action..
As a German fully qualified lawyer (focus on administrative law) and former software developer, his interest with regard to CDR lies in particular in the area of regulation, digital health and explainable AI (XAI).
In addition, his greatest wish is that a powerful CDR community will be formed.
Jakob Wößner is committed to value-based digitalisation that contributes to the good development of humans and nature. He inspires and enthusiastically drives the discourse on responsible transformation in society, business and politics. To this end, he provides inspiration through the practical implementation of CDR at Weleda AG.
Weleda AG is a pioneer in holistic natural cosmetics and anthroposophic medicine. There he is active in organizational development and digital transformation to create sustainable structures.
You can find Jakob's Weleda CDR Booklet, describing their CDR Principles and the role of the CDR Council here.
Patricia Shaw is CEO of Beyond Reach Consulting Ltd, providing AI/data ethics strategy, public policy engagement, bespoke AI/data ethics governance, expert advice, and advisory board services, across financial services, public sector (Health- and EdTech), and smart cities. A non-practising Solicitor, public speaker, author, and listed on 2021 - 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics™, including; Society for Computers and Law, Chair and Trustee; IEEE’s Ethical Certification Program for Autonomous Intelligent Systems, and as ForHumanity’s Independent Audit of AI Systems Fellow.
I am one of a team of 38 experts across 17 countries that produced the iTechLaw Association’s 2021 update to the Responsible AI Global Policy Framework and corresponding Responsible AI Impact Assessment
I am the co-author of The AI Book writing on Trust, Transparency and Ethics to which Good Governance is critical. The AI Book was published by Wiley in April 2020.
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