Technology is coming closer and closer to the essential and personal affairs of human beings. Whether it be biotechnology, medicine or digital applications and apps that record and impact our daily interactions, they all influence humans as a collective as well as individuals when decisions are made. The call for ethics is growing louder and louder. The pandemic has led to increased ethical debates surrounding the big questions of if, and, if so, which ethical understanding will guide humanity, how ethics will affect future developments in the digital age and how ethical values can and should be respected.

In the latest of her Duet interviews, Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, and AI expert Leila Taghizadeh discuss the compatibility of ethics and AI.

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The role of Big Data in executive decision-making: Data-led decisions versus decisions made using instinct and experience? Can there be too much evidence in an evidence-based decision-making process?

In a continuation of her Duet interview series, Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, chats with Prof. Roger Hallowell, an acknowledged expert on leadership, regarding the practice of decision-making today ‑and tomorrow.

Read on — https://www.duet-interviews.com/hm9

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China has recently passed new data protection laws in 2021 and issued its comprehensive data protection law, the Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”), on August 20, 2021. Companies who have businesses in China, regardless of having an establishment in China or not, should be aware of the compliance risks.

In her latest Duet interview with China Expert Prof. Dr Rogier Creemers, Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, considers China’s new regulations with regard to data protection and cyber security.

Read on — https://www.duet-interviews.com/zus

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Big Data makes analyses in the tax and accounting fields possible. Digital tools, such as software, algorithms, AI and machine learning enable a variety of national legal requirements and processes to be automated. The order of the day is that everything is to become faster, simpler, more precise and efficient — both for the financial reporter as well as for the taxpayer. Is this too good to be true? How can we bridge the gap between the younger generation with their IT capabilities and the older auditors and tax consultants with their many years of experience?

Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, speaks with auditor and tax expert, Martin Boerger, on the generational conflict in the digital age.

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The digital revolution is accelerating automated processes and will most likely dampen the majority of the driving forces raising the GDP, namely, by reducing the number of working employees, decreasing the demand for skills and shrinking the availability of capital stock. Is the GDP still the right parameter to assess the performance or the economic and social well-being of a country?

In her latest Duet Interview, Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, has asked Prof. Marc Bertonèche, Professor at universities such as INSEAD, Harvard, Oxford, Bordeaux, to discuss the impact of Big Data on economies.

Read on — https://www.duet-interviews.com/mrl

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Is there room for humanity in the world of Big Data? Big Data offers many new possibilities: Digitalisation and the automation of value-added chains lead to greater efficiency in production and services. At the same time, Big Data is behind creating customer profiles and analysing these to render the marketing of products and services more effective. Furthermore, Big Data can also be useful in lowering corruption in administrative areas owing to software-supported documentation and much more. What changes will we see in our society? Where is it all heading or where should it be going?

Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, and former CEO of Daimler Benz AG Edzard Reuter reflect on the meaning of being human and human interaction in the digital age.

Read on — https://www.duet-interviews.com/ays

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Big Data is a quantitative tool that measures and depicts correlations, comparisons and frequencies. Does it provide us with solutions, or does it merely serve to indicate where a solution might be found, owing to its evaluation. How can Big Data serve as a constructive solution, as well as aiding and supporting the human brain?

In her Duet interview with neuroscientist and best selling author Prof. Maren Urner, Dr Caldarola, author of the recent book Big Data and Law, talks with her on the possibilities of constructive criticism and news coverage in relation to Big Data.

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While the industrial revolution initiated the process of automating production lines, digitalization and the concomitant appearance of Big Data, Industry 4.0, AI, and so forth will probably complete it. In your book — Das Seerosenprinzip — you have described in great detail how individual responsibility is disappearing with the advent of ever-increasing mechanization. Should we worry that with greater automation via the digital revolution responsibility will vanish completely or perhaps even be handed over to robots?

In her Duet interview with Daniel Goeudevert, the French man of letters, automobile industry manager and business consultant, Dr Caldarola, author of the recent book Big Data and Law, speaks on the meaning of responsibility in the digital age.

Read on — https://www.duet-interviews.com/1je

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Dr Maria Cristina Caldarola

Dr Maria Cristina Caldarola

Dr iur. Maria Cristina Caldarola, LL.M., MBA – “Duet Interviews” host, “Big Data and Law” co-author, “CU³IC UG” co-founder and CEO, www.duet-interviews.com