WPP AUNZ has launched its inaugural podcast series, led by WPP AUNZ Chief Strategy Officer, Rose Herceg (pictured).
The podcast series will focus on the company’s recent thought leadership study: Secrets & Lies Chapter 4, Humanity & the Machine.
Aired over the next few weeks, each discussion will take a deep dive into exploring the role of ethics and trust in the relationship between humanity and the machine.
Herceg said: “Transformation as a word, wins the buzzword bingo prize of the past decade. And yet, the speed of change we have witnessed would have been unthinkable back in February. With technology at the heart of how we function as a society, there’s no better time to examine the role of ethics and trust in the relationship between humanity and the machine.
“I’m delighted to bring you conversations with guests leading this debate including The Ethics Centre, Microsoft and Google. Together we explore the big questions of the day including how to manage the pace of innovation for the communities we serve and balancing the making of money with the ethical challenges of uncharted territory.
“COVID-19 has clearly placed tech front and centre. What our research showed was while most people saw the benefits of technology, data privacy and its impact on the future of work, remain big concerns. In the first podcast I explore this concept in detail with some leading experts in this field,” she concluded.
The first three episodes are now available on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcast.
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