Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos today that data privacy must be seen as a human right that needs to be strongly protected and fully transparent. What needs to be ensured, NADELLA added, is that users' consent must be obtained before using the large amount of data, and that the consequences of using the data are beneficial to society.
When asked about "what's the secret to being good at something (i.e." don't do evil "), NADELLA said," in the final analysis, there is core business design: when you do well, the world around you will do well. "
"People and institutions are part of our society, so if you don't consider a broader system, it's unstable. The question will eventually return to'what is the market saying and what is society saying?' ”
"The past 30 years have been an amazing period of market access, but we need to grow because the world has become more complex," NADELLA said, recalling her experience of immigrating to the United States and then stepping into the software industry
With regard to privacy, NADELLA believes that data dignity is crucial. The next level of work is not only privacy, but also people should be able to control how their data is used in the world. "What would happen if consumers could benefit from their data as advertisers do?" he said? We still have a lot of work to do around data dignity. "
Speaking of AI, Nedra said:" The best way to make sure AI is not biased is for teams to create AI, representing the diversity we want it to have." In addition, regulation should be done more when using AI than when designing.
Before Nadra,appleTim Cook, the company's CEO, has repeatedly stressed Apple's emphasis on user privacy, saying "we see privacy as a fundamental human right."