Updates on Projects in West Africa: Working with Students in Senegal and Building AI Solutions in Burkina Faso
By Désiré Banse, Prometheus Computing UAS Innovations Group Lead, Contractor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), member of the PCI Executive Action Board, and Assane Gueye, PhD., Contractor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Information and Communication Technologies, Université Alioune Diop, Bambey-Senegal
By Dr. David Bray Back in 1993, I had the opportunity to travel to the International Science and Engineering Fair. At the time I felt like my project involving a computer model of ozone depletion and the projected rise in greenhouse gases was basic when compared to the hundreds of awe-inspiring projects I saw at ISEF.
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 Dr. David Bray Back in March, I posted a video in with Dr. Fredrik Bruhn who is CEO of Unibap, and I talked about what was happening from the front lines of AI regarding computer vision and robotic manufacturing. As a follow-up to that video, I’d like to share a link to an article that Bob Gourley co-founder
For All PCI Community Members Continuing the series sharing “untold stories” of silent heroes making real, meaningful, positive change happen towards the goals of PCI, the PCI Coalition would like to highlight the efforts of a positive #ChangeAgent Bevon Moore. Bevon Moore is a CEO and a Founder of HASHTIV Social Network and HASHTIV EDU. “The Internet we
By AmeriForce Media AmeriForce Media interviews navy veteran and PCI’s Communications Director Corina LJ DuBois on the importance to military veterans of finding their purpose in the public sector, and how one can start a civilian career to be able to continue to serve lifelong. Listen to Corina at 0:59 of the video below. If you liked
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.
By Daksha Cordova “We would like to share the latest Project Coqui update, which represents PCI’s Puerto Rico efforts. Our update focuses on community efforts, specially children and how to leapfrog from the present situation to a new future. Hope our efforts peak your interest and desire to contribute to our project success. Enjoy!” –
By Dr. David Bray Representing the People-Centered Internet coalition, Executive Director Dr. David Bray participated in a Salzburg Global Seminar on “Privacy, Security, and Ethics in an Asymmetric World” held in Austria. A full report has just been published and is available for download here. David also wrote an op-ed on Laws, Tech, and Narratives for
By the International Committee of the Red Cross This is the first of several articles/essays on the human cost of cyber-operations, most especially offensive activities that may spread to civilian populations, even if unintentionally. It raises questions about collateral damage even to people who are not directly dependent on cyber technology. Moreover, it raises policy
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
By the United Nations Following nine months of consultations with governments, the private sector, civil society, international organisations, academia and technical communities worldwide, the Panel’s report paints a picture of the interconnected nature of digital technology and policy impacts, and makes 5 recommendations for shaping our common digital future. The report explores the ways that