Digital Society of Africa (DSA) works to strengthen the resilience and ability of frontline activists; human rights defenders and other at-risk groups in the region to independently recognize and respond to digital threats and attacks.
Durch Protest verschaffen sich junge Menschen Gehör, üben politischen Einfluss aus und gestalten kreativ die demokratische Gesellschaft. PROTESTORY! bietet eine Auseinandersetzung mit Protesten der Arbeiter:innenjugend vom 20. Jahrhundert bis heute und macht jugendkulturellen Protest digital erlebbar und historisches Wissen nutzbar. (As a web application PROTESTORY! offers a playful exploration of the protest cultures of working-class youth since the early 20th century and was created in collaboration with the archive of the working-class youth movement in 2022.)
Oxfam’s UnBlocked Cash project (UBC) is a blockchain-powered cash transfer solution that is set to tackle this challenge. It is saving costs of distributing aid, reducing delivery times, and bringing more transparency and accountability in the process. It offers an opportunity to improve how aid is delivered without compromising the dignity of beneficiaries.
Georgetown University, 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057, United States
In Fall 2023, the Digital Service Network kicked off its digital transformation policy scan by documenting executive orders (EO) enacted since 2013 that shape the digital transformation of government across states and territories.
The Computational Democracy Project designs, engineers and maintains Polis, an open source, real-time system for gathering, analyzing and understanding what large groups of people think in their own words, enabled by advanced statistics and machine learning.
The AI Objectives Institute (AOI) is a non-profit research lab working to ensure that both AI and future economic systems are built and deployed with genuine human objectives at their core, enabled by broad public input and scalable cooperation.
The AI Supply Chain Observatory (AISCO) works to improve our shared ability to respond to supply chain disruptions by identifying early warning indicators and root causes of harmful and catastrophic disruption.
Recursive Public is an experiment in identifying areas of consensus and disagreement among the international Artificial Intelligence (AI) community, policymakers, and the general public on key questions of governance.
A new $5+ million partnership aims to explore ways the development of artificial intelligence (AI) can support a thriving, innovative local news field, and ensure local news organizations shape the future of this emerging technology.
Here we introduce StraightLines, a proof-of-concept tool developed by AOI’s Lucid Lens team, that automatically rewrites news headlines to reflect the content of articles in a more accurate, less sensational way.
Talk to the City is an open-source LLM interface for improving collective deliberation and decision-making by analyzing detailed, qualitative data. It aggregates responses and arranges similar arguments into clusters.
We provide research and development to support decision making in the field of sustainable mobility and humanitarian aid. We accomplish this through open geoinformation, open methods, open software and close collaboration with our partners.
"The California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) is a California state government agency created by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA). As the first dedicated privacy regulator in the United States, the agency implements and enforces the CPRA and the California Consumer Privacy Act." - Wikipedia
The [UK] Government is establishing an elite team of highly empowered technical experts at the heart of government. Their mission is to help departments harness the potential of AI to improve lives and the delivery of public services.