The Gini coefficient measures inequality in income distribution. To facilitate its interpretation, the values (from 0 to 1) are multiplied by a hundred, varying between zero and one hundred. A coefficient close to zero means that a more equal distribution exists, while a coefficient close to one hundred implies a high concentration of income in the hands of a reduced number of individuals and, therefore, greater inequality.
Is it necessary to humanise technology more? In this seminar series that we
are organising with the Knowledge Innovation Market Bcn (KIMbcn)
Foundation, we will be debating on how the digital transformation should
contribute towards achieving social and environmental goals.