The mission of the Global Digital Policy Incubator is to inspire policy and governance innovations that reinforce democratic values, universal human rights, and the rule of law in the digital realm. We serve as a collaboration hub for the development of norms, guidelines, and laws that enhance freedom, security, and trust in the global digital ecosystem. The bottom line question that guides this initiative: How do we help governments and private sector technology companies establish governance norms, policies, and processes that allow citizens and society to reap the upside benefits of technology, while protecting against the downside risks?
GLOBAL DIGITAL POLICY SNAPSHOT
GLOBAL DIGITAL RIGHTS DIGEST
National Artificial Intelligence Strategies and Human Rights: A Review
Global Partners Digital and Stanford’s Global Digital Policy Incubator have published a report examining governments’ National AI Strategies from a human rights perspective.
Conference Report: Social Media Councils, from Concept to Reality
In February 2019, GDPi, ARTICLE 19 and David Kaye convened a workshop to discuss the creation of multistakeholder social media councils (SMCs) for online content moderation. Our report explores the meeting’s outcomes and discusses next steps for SMCs.
GDPI: What we do
Identify and incubate high potential digital policies and technologies.
Generate implementation & advocacy strategies for security & rights enhancing governance.
Convene global multi-stakeholder thought leaders & governance actors.
Global Internet Governance:
GDPi Launch Conference Report
Three Panels, Seventeen Panelists, over six hundred participants, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Read about the conference that Launched the Global Digital Policy Incubator on October 6, 2017.
Panel | Rebuilding Trust in Digital Information
Panel | What is Human-Centered Design of AI?
Panel | Trust and Human-Centered Technology
Video | Human-Centered AI 2018
Welcoming Remarks| Eileen Donahoe & Amir Banifatemi
AI & Human Rights| A Conversation with Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein & Sam Altman
Keynote| The Future of Human Work with AI | Tim O'Reilly