Digital twin adoption: success lies in understanding the ethics

by Dr Kevin Macnish - Head of Ethics and Sustainability Consulting
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Decision makers managing digital twin project must be aware of the ethical challenges, or risk failure and reputational damage. This article demonstrates some of the pitfalls and suggests ways for decision-makers to explore the ethics of digital twins through building on the Gemini Principles.

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