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Hosted by CFA Institute, CFA Society Malaysia,
CFA Society Singapore
Date: 3 June 2020, Wednesday
Time: 7:00pm to 8:00pm
- Dr. Dorothy Chau, Director of Hong Kong, Macao, and Cross-border Financial Affairs @Tencent
- Justin Ong, CFA, FRM, President @CFA Society Malaysia
- Laurel Teo, CFA, Board Member @CFA Society Singapore
- Alan Lok, CFA, FRM, Director, Ethics Education & Professional Standards, CFA Institute
The lure of short-term financial gain and self-gratification has led many senior executives to behave unethically whenever opportunities arise. Especially when no one seems to be watching and the stiff punishment of imprisonment and hefty fines seem remote.
Citing a famous quote from Dr Philip Zimbardo, the Professor Emeritus of Stanford University – “Under the right conditions good people can be induced, seduced, and initiated to act unethically.” In other words, situational influences may tempt or pressurize even the most morally upright person to do the wrong thing.
Interestingly, with the advance of 5G, IoT and Artificial Intelligence (AI); some have argued that the cost of monitoring, detecting and deterring unethical practices at work will diminish rapidly. Other schools of thought, however, argue that AI could be manipulated by unscrupulous actors to more easily indulge in unethical decision making for their own benefits.
With the popularization of A.I., will there be a radical shift in how people behave and make critical decisions, in particular in ethics? In this webinar, we will look into three areas:
1. Origin of unethical behavior in the modern corporate settings. Where and how did they come about?
2. How can the dawn of AI help to strengthen ethical practices?
3. What are the potential ethical short comings in the use of AI?
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