Emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, the internet of things and 5G, carry enormous social and economic potential. But the scale and speed of their development and implementation are pushing existing legal and policy frameworks to their limit—while also posing risks to the rights to privacy, freedom of expression and non-discrimination.
At GPD, our focus here is twofold: ensuring relevant laws and policies put respect for human rights at their core; and influencing relevant processes so that they are more open, inclusive and transparent.
NEWS 13 Aug 2020
GPD responds to UNESCO consultation on ethics of artificial intelligence
PUBLICATION 30 Jul 2020
The Tech Sector and National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights
POST 30 Jun 2020
The European Commission’s White Paper On Artificial Intelligence: our response
POST 26 Jun 2020
Why are major tech companies halting sales of facial recognition technology?
MULTIMEDIA 19 Jun 2020
In beta, episode 10 (S2): Power, politics and artificial intelligence
POST 24 Apr 2020
Washington State’s regulation of facial recognition technology: first thoughts
POST 20 Apr 2020
The European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence: first thoughts
NEWS 15 Apr 2020
GPD and Stanford Global Digital Policy Incubator publish report on National AI Strategies and human rights