Responsible design and technology

Avoid potential harms to people through digital technology, by ensuring ; avoiding addiction, disinformation, ensuring trust and user understanding.

The Open Data Insitute explores data ethics, how to use data responsibly and to create public value. I find their data ethics canvas particularly helpful to think about the different aspects.

A practical toolkit by Omydiar Network, Institute for the Future, and the Digintel Lab, outlining 8 risk zones to help you identify the emerging areas of risk and social harm most critical for your team to start considering now, scenarios to consider the potential long-term impacts of tech you’re building today, and 7 future-proofing strategies to help take ethical action today.

Cards with provocations to help creators more fully consider the impact of technology, foresee unintended consequences and identify opportunities for positive impact.

This work draws upon Doteveryone's research into technology’s impacts on society and extensive testing within business, to help you build technology in a way that’s bold, fast AND responsible.

People + AI Research (PAIR) is a multidisciplinary team at Google that explores the human side of AI by doing fundamental research, building tools, creating design frameworks, and working with diverse communities, making machine learning models more understandable, trustworthy and fair.

The Internet Health report by Mozilla Foundation

The Internet Health report combines research and stories in publications that explore what it means for the internet to be healthyacross five key issues: decentralization, privacy and security, openness, web literacy, and digital inclusion.

Workshop tools by Doteveryone (now part of the Open Data Institute) to examine the potential unintended consequences of business/design/tech decisions.