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AI for Good Summit

Driven by the rapid progress in Artificial Intelligence (AI) research, intelligent machines are gaining the ability to learn, improve and make calculated decisions in ways that will enable them to perform tasks previously thought to rely solely on human experience, creativity, and ingenuit​y. As a result, we will in the near future see large parts of our lives influenced by AI.

AI Now Institute

The AI Now Institute at New York University is an interdisciplinary research center dedicated to understanding the social implications of artificial intelligence.

AI4Cities

Six European cities are looking for #AI solutions to accelerate carbon neutrality using pre-commercial procurement.

Crypto Harlem

Free public workshops on privacy, anti-surveillance, and digital security for the people of Harlem NYC

#Walkfreely

A mobile app to report sexual harassment. The collected data can be used as evidence to support preventive measures. Last updated Nov 2020

Civic Hacker Network

International networking and support hub for those creating change in their communities through data and technology.

Code for All Summit 2021

This year's Summit will focus on Open vs. Closed Tech in Government, Democracy & Elections, Disinformation & Fake News and Power Dynamics in Tech. We'll have different session formats: Panels, Lighting Talks and Workshops!

What Works Cities

Launched by Bloomberg Philanthropies in April 2015, What Works Cities is a national initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence to improve services, inform local decision-making and engage residents. We are the nation’s most comprehensive philanthropic initiative helping local leaders identify and invest in what works. Applications have now closed to be considered as one of our first 100 cities, but check back soon for new opportunities.

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