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 ?
Human-Centered AI: Building Trust, Democracy and Human Rights by Design
On June 11, join GDPi and XPRIZE for a series of cross-sector conversations aimed at developing policy, product and action plans to build trust, democracy and human rights by design in artificial intelligence.
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.
Digital Technology, Diplomacy, and Democratic Values
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton formally launched the Global Digital Policy Incubator at Stanford University on October 6, 2017. Her keynote remarks and conversation with Eileen Donahoe framed the importance of GDPI as a convening force for stakeholders searching for viable policy answers to the emerging challenges in the digital space.
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