Two of our People Centered Internet community members contributed to the brand new anthology Ethics at Work: Dilemmas of the Near Future and How Your Organization Can Solve Them. This series of essays is compiled and edited by Kris Ostergaard. Mei Lin Fung, chair of the People Centered Internet, wrote back to back chapters with Divya Chander, MD PhD.and Faculty Chair for Neuroscience at Singularity University. Mei Lin’s chapter was on Human Relationships: The Ethical Heart of Resilient Organizations and Communities and Divya Chander wrote Neural Sovereignty and Neural Rights.
The Samuel Worcester Awards start at this point: https://youtu.be/HwZ7BySYsLc. Three people were given this award in 2021. In this video, watch as the Cherokee Nation honors tribal citizens and organizations that have made significant contributions in statesmanship, patriotism, community leadership, and devotion to the Cherokee Nation. For their work in preserving and promoting Cherokee art, language, Read More
African-European Radio Astronomy Platform (AERAP) and People-Centered Internet (PCI) A unique, august group of leaders from government, industry, and academia are gathering to discuss research and policy priorities in the service of beneficial outcomes for European and African citizens. Distinguished speakers from a broad array of fields will share practical examples of how science can Read More
PCI’s community may not be aware of our longstanding, very productive relationship with Kartik Kulkarni and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest professional association of engineers with over 400,000 members in 160 countries. Kartik won IEEE’s Change the World competition in (2009) and met Vinton Cerf, co-founder of PCI and Read More