Press Release — January 15, 2020 PALO ALTO, CA — People-Centered Internet (PCI) today announces its “Areas of Focus” for 2020. The nonprofit organization dedicated to “working for an Internet that works for people” was cofounded in 2015 by Vint Cerf and Mei Lin Fung. In the coming year, PCI will support projects in six categories: (1)
By Disrupt Yourself Podcast Whitney Johnson, one of the 50 leading business thinkers in the world (Thinkers50) and an expert on disruptive innovation and personal disruption, interviews Dr. David Bray on the impact of technology, cognitive easing, empathy, confirmation bias, what is more important than the desire to always be right, and why every era
By Stephen Ibaraki In this exclusive interview, Stephen Ibaraki, Co-Chair of the ACM Practitioners Board, and Dr. David Bray, Executive Director of the People-Centered Internet Coalition, discuss the most controversial areas of the advancing computing field and PCI efforts and plans for the future addressing these challenges. Watch the video here. If you liked this
For All PCI Community Members For all PCI members to consider as we move forward together – how can we work both locally within our different regions and countries and globally towards a more People-Centered Internet together? On June 26, PCI’s Executive Director Dr. David Bray provided a distinguished address in the ECOSOC Chambers in New
Forbes Insights discusses “A Decade Forward” and the future of governance in society, our communities, and the future of corporate world in ten years from now, with Dr. David Bray, Executive Director, PCI.Read the interview here. If you liked this post, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more updates.
On December 10th, Constellation Research and the People Centered Internet (PCI) brought over 200 people together in San Jose California to talk about a People Centered Digital Future. On the panel on Digital Inclusion, PCI co-founder, Mei Lin opened by inviting everyone into her kitchen, for if we are to be inclusive, conversations like these