We live in an age of artificial intelligence, where algorithms make suggestions to us, decisions that impact us, and evolving technology is changing the way we treat data in research.
We have unprecedented access to more data sources than ever before – and in turn, government and corporations have access to more data about us. Transparency and control are more important than ever when it comes to maintaining an ethical approach to research.
This brings about many different considerations for qualitative researchers, like:
- Is automation a good thing?
- The use of algorithms and algorithmic responsibility
- Transparency and control in the design of software for qualitative analysis
Check out this on demand webinar to learn how partnering with the right qualitative research software can be a valuable research asset.