Thomas Straub. Technologies serve mankind
"Technologies should be applied in the interests of humanity, to protect a person and his rights."
This position was expressed by Thomas Straub at the international online conference "Global Crisis. This already affects everyone", which took place on July 24, 2021 on the platform of ALLATRA International Public Movement.
Thomas Straub is a professor of International Management at the Geneva School of Economics and Management, the Business School of the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Engaged in research in various fields: mergers and acquisitions modern innovation, as well as offenses. He is the author of books and articles according to the topics.
Professor Straub believes that the Fourth Industrial Revolution will affect all kinds of systems at both the macro and micro levels.
"I believe it will challenge our economic and legal system as a whole, and it will affect how we determine what is right and wrong, and how we learn, live and interact with others."
The speaker highlighted that technology must benefit people and protect their rights and norms. The decisions we will make in the future should be made by the whole society and take into account the rights of every person.
Thomas Straub emphasized that this is fully consistent with the values of the Creative Society project, in which human life is the most important thing.