The Fourth Industrial Revolution and its Impact on Ethics
This book tackles the ethical problems of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” (4IR) and offers readers an overview of the ethical challenges connected to Artificial Intelligence (AI), encryption and the finance industry. It specifically focuses on the situation of females in these industries, from women lawyers, judges, attorneys-at-law, investors and bankers, to portfolio managers, solicitors and civil servants. As the 4IR is more than “just” a technology-driven transformation, this book is a call to policymakers and business leaders to harness new technologies in order to create a more inclusive, human-centered future. It offers many practical cases of proactive change agents, and offers solutions to the ethical challenges in connection with implementing revolutionary disruptive products that often eliminate the intermediary. In addition, the book addresses sustainable finance in startups. In this context, education, training, agility and life-long learning in financial literacy are some of the key solutions highlighted here. The respective contributors supply a diverse range of perspectives, so as to promote a multi-stakeholder approach.
Her professional activities and her voluntary work are strongly interconnected and all her (professional and voluntary) activities are related to the implementation of the Agenda 2030, because for she it's of utmost importance to find solutions for our living together in the “The Fourth Industrial Revolution” by implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations (SGDs).
She is a qualified lawyer in Germany and Spain with over 15 years of international practice across Western Europe, business owner, Adjunct Professor at the University Instituto de Empresa (IE) with Applied Ethics and Culture of Compliance, researcher at the Observatory of Sustainable Culture of Compliance of Spanish SMEs of the Foundation IE and I am a private expert with the Horizon 2020 / Horizon Europe – Ethics appraisal scheme of the European Commission.