Governance of Emerging Technologies
The Program on Governance of Emerging Technologies aims to build a path for future research and policymaking in order to explore the impacts of emerging technologies on democratic governance, rule of law, and socioeconomic inequality.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The new Governance of Emerging Technologies program, housed within Stanford’s Cyber Policy Center, will focus on governance and regulation of generative AI, virtual reality, and blockchain technologies. For its first year, the program will be co-led by Florence G’sell, a visiting professor who holds the Digital Sovereignty and Governance Chair at Sciences Po, one of the partner institutions of Project Liberty’s Institute.
The program aims to build a rigorous research agenda, identify gaps, and set a path for future research and policymaking to explore the impacts of emerging technologies on democratic governance, rule of law, and socioeconomic inequality. And, as with the EST Hub, the digital governance program will train a new generation of global policy leaders versed in the technology and policy impacts of the next-generation internet.
Faculty Director, Program on Governance of Emerging Technologies (GET)
Co-director, Cyber Policy Center
Graduate Student Fellow
Director of Special Projects