Items tagged "Emerging Tech"
How would you use tech for social change? Tell us using the hashtag #TechForChange and join us for our free conference on Capitol Hill and at Google this Thursday: publicknowledge.org/TechForChange.Read More
What a Tech Policy Advocate Looks for at CES, Part 2: The Week AfterJanuary 16, 2020 AI , CES , Competition , Cybersecurity , Data Protection , Emerging Tech , Emerging Tech 2020 , Emerging Technologies , Emerging Technology , IoT , Open Systems , Platform Competition , Privacy
Last week I went to CES, the tech industry’s annual conference where they show off cool new products, prototypes, and ideas of what’s next in tech. (I also presented on a panel, “Should Big Tech Be Broken Up?,” which you can watch here.) I approached vendors with a policy advocate eye, and did a lot […]Read More
Over the last few years Public Knowledge has hosted various iterations of Emerging Tech DC (#ETDC). This event has served as a platform for tech policy advocates and tech entrepreneurs to have fruitful discussions about artificial intelligence, virtual reality, internet of things, and 3D printing. This year, in recognition of diversity of thought, experiences, and needs of people who use this technology, Public Knowledge will host this event with twist — Emerging Tech for Social Change. At Public Knowledge, we understand that tech policy impacts communities, specifically marginalized communities, in different ways and there must be debates now and in the future that actively include those communities. Our goal for Emerging Tech for Social Change is to center voices at the margins in hopes that policy debates and panelist participation in said debates reflect our values as an organization and the public interest community as a whole.Read More