Accountability has traditionally been a reactive process, where people were held responsible for their actions after the fact.

It has been shifting to a more proactive approach due to access to more tech and data.

In the future, accountability will be built into systems and processes from the start, with real-time monitoring and feedback to ensure compliance and prevent issues before they arise.

This shift towards proactive accountability may lead to greater transparency, trust, and ultimately, better outcomes for all involved.

Or a big brother scenario?

I’m looking for the fine line between better outcomes for all and an oppressive system.

Any thoughts?

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