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)
A National Office for Strategic Foresight Anchored in Critical Science and Technologies (Working Paper)
By Amy Webb PCI Community member, Amy Webb, introduced her proposal for a new “US Office of Strategic Forecasting” in a presentation to Senate staff. Her paper, “A National Office for Strategic Foresight Anchored in Critical Science and Technologies,” was produced for the Technology and Public Policy Project at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International
By Disruption Magazine Canada The “1st Canadian Magazine dedicated to disruptive innovation” Disruption Magazine Canada interviews Dr. David Bray on the evolution of the Internet, PCI efforts to empower education and entrepreneurship, considerations about digital future, governance, whether we can remain an open society, how can we make sure the technology is inclusive and which conversations
By SGGP Online This article originally appeared in Saigon Giai Phong Online. The Vietnam Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Summit 2019, themed ‘Digital Transformation for a Prosperous Vietnam’, was formally held on August 8, 2019 in Hanoi. Vietnam ICT Summit 2019 specially stressed the urgency of digital transformation (DT) in the country, saying that this
By Marci Harris On June 5, 2019, Marci Harris, CEO and Co-founder at POPVOX, testified to the Select Committee on the Modernization of the US Congress on “improving constituent engagement”. Watch the interview here. If you liked this post, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more updates.
NATO Co-sponsors Groundbreaking Inaugural Cyber Crisis Simulation Exercise at GLOBSEC Bratislava 2019 Forum
By Organising Transatlantic Steering Committee: Keerthika M. Subramanian, Esq, Nadja EL Fertasi, Kristen M. Laughlin, and David A. Bray, PhD Digital transformation is redefining the geopolitical security landscape at an unprecedented pace. By 2030, the number of sensors and devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to increase from 21 billion in