The Center for Ethics of Technology (CET) is a Polish think&do tank, run under the auspices of the Humanites Institute, advocating human and environment friendly innovations.
We want technologies to be aligned with the commonly shared principles and values. We show how to include them in the design of digital tools. We also create a platform for dialogue for a wide range of stakeholders.
We want innovations to be beneficial to the whole society. This is why we promote integration and collaboration of different communities on the design, implementation and use of digital tools. We popularize standards and best practices concerning responsible development of technologies and put stress on the right education.
We scrutinize technologies’ impact on individual and social life in their different aspects. We are convinced that technological progress is not determined by forces being out of human control and that we can influence its direction. We also believe that technology should be regarded in its broader context: economic, social and political.
Chair of the Program Council (Humanites Institute)
Faculty of Philosophy at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
Solidarity Transport Hub Poland
Centre Mixer of Smart Technologies Faculty of Management University of Lodz
AI HLEG, Chancellery of the Prime Minister
Digital University, Singularity University
GovTech Poland, Chancellery of the Prime Minister
Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw, The National Centre for Research and Development, MIM Solutions, IDEAS NCBR
Abris Capital Partners
Pirs Creative Lab
Faculty of Artes Liberales at the University of Warsaw, Council for Digital Affairs – Chancellery of the Prime Minister
Digital Economy Lab at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw
Kozminski University, Instrat – Foundation for Strategic Initiatives
CET is part of the Humanites Institute, which has been working in a systemic way for integrated development for over 10 years, embracing the subject of humanity and technology in a wide social ecosystem including, i.a. business, education, culture and family.
Think&do Tank – Człowiek i Technologia
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