The Media Ownership Monitor is a global research and advocacy initiative that creates transparency on “who owns the media?” - and ultimately answers the question “who controls the media?” through contextualization and analysis.
"Albus is an AI powered brainstorming tool that allows you to explore topics in depth. Helps prompt ideas so you can expand your knowledge with a mind map style visuals. Great for education and research." -futureailab.com
We identify political changemakers in Europe and provide them with financial resources, strategic advice, practical support and a community of practice to advance their mission of reimagining politics.
PetaBencana.id provides residents, government agencies, and first responders with a real-time disaster information sharing system at an unprecedented scale. It is the first platform of its kind to harness the power of crowdsourcing through social media to aid humanitarian response and recovery.
Interconexión.lat es una plataforma que impulsa el intercambio y co-producción de datos entre organizaciones de sociedad civil en América Latina para hacer frente a retos transfronterizos y hacer eficientes los esfuerzos de la región.
"FedNow is a service developed by the Federal Reserve for depository institutions in the United States. It will enable individuals and businesses to send and receive instant payments. Banks will be able to build products on top of the FedNow platform." - Wikipedia
The Global Coalition for Tech Justice is a newly formed global movement to ensure Big Tech plays its role in protecting elections and citizens’ rights and freedoms across the world, particularly in the global majority where companies – Meta/Facebook, Google/YouTube, Twitter, TikTok et al – have been negligent in dealing with the impacts of their social media and messaging products.
AI Forensics is a European non-profit that investigates influential and opaque algorithms. We hold major technology platforms accountable by conducting independent and high-profile technical investigations to uncover and expose the harms caused by their algorithms.
Our nonprofit organization, OpenAI, Inc., is launching a program to award ten $100,000 grants to fund experiments in setting up a democratic process for deciding what rules AI systems should follow, within the bounds defined by the law.
The MyCandidate platform empowers citizens of African countries to play an active role in electoral and democratic processes during elections and strengthens civil society’s advocacy work ahead of and post elections. MyCandidate, ingests electoral candidate data, to present it in a way that all voters can understand on a widely-accessible web-based platform.
A Rede de Autarquias Participativas pretende ser uma estrutura colaborativa que congrega todas as autarquias portuguesas comprometidas com o desenvolvimento de mecanismos de democracia participativa a nível local.
A mission-driven organization determined to improve people’s lives through human-centered strategies and transformative technologies. We deliver on this promise by partnering with leading federal agencies to conceive and create powerful data-driven customer experiences.
Our end-to-end verifiable, secure, online election technology, proves the integrity of democratic processes and verifies the accuracy of voting results, without losing flexibility and ability for customization
The report is based on a survey of 7,500+ civil society organizations (CSOs) from 136 countries who answered questions about the barriers that they, and the communities they serve, face when it comes to digital equity.
Georgetown University, 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057, United States
Georgetown has partnered with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to invest $30 million in a nonpartisan institute that helps policymakers and tech industry leaders address pressing issues related to technology, policy and ethics and make informed decisions on how technology is used to shape, produce and share information across platforms.
Our Massively Multilingual Speech AI research models can identify more than 4,000 spoken languages, 40 times more than any known previous technology. These models expand text-to-speech and speech-to-text technology from around 100 languages to more than 1,100.