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Rethinking How and Why We Make Technology

June 10, 2019

At the start of London Tech Week, Doteveryone founder Martha Lane Fox says that tech needs to be more focused on improving lives and saving the planet.

“This week in London, tech ethics will finally be a mainstream part of our conversation. After too many years sleepwalking, now that we have woken up we must not just talk but also act. We have a responsibility to use the awe-inspiring ingenuity of our industry wisely. Technology can and should be a force for social good.”

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