The New York region has been abuzz since Amazon's announcement that it was siting it's highly-sought after HQ2 in Long Island City. The region is positioned to benefit from 25,000 new tech jobs, and advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), big data collection, and more. All this tech talk provides a good opportunity to re-examine business ethics, especially when it comes to data collection.
In this week's Westchester County Business Journal, Lendynette Pacheo-Jorge, the assistant director, curricular and co-curricular programming at the Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Iona College, explains how ethical decision making plays an important role in the entrepreneurial and tech ecosystem.
Read Lendynette Pacheco-Jorge's full column here.