Center for the Governance of Change
The Center for the Governance of Change (CGC) is an applied-research, educational institution based at IE University that studies the political, economic, and societal implications of the current technological revolution and advances solutions to overcome its unwanted effects.
The CGC produces pioneering impact-oriented research that cuts across disciplines and methodologies to unveil the complexity of emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Blockchain, and Robotics, and explore its potential threats and contributions to society.
Moreover, the CGC also runs a number of executive programs on emerging tech for public institutions and companies interested in expanding their understanding of disruptive trends, and a series of outreach activities aimed at improving the general public’s awareness and agency over the coming changes. All this for one purpose: to help building a more prosperous and sustainable society for all.
Annual survey reveals impact of pandemic on attitudes in Europe towards technology and healthcare
European Tech Insights 2021 (Part I) reveals a growing sense of public responsibility to address big societal issues but also job security concerns and a growing generational divide among Europeans.
29 Apr 2021COVID-19, Disinformation, Future of Work, Geopolitics, Healthcare, News, Platforms, Privacy, Technology
Launching LyrAIcs: AI and language technology to analyze lyrics
The Center for the Governance of Change is launching a research programme led by Elena González-Blanco that will build a recommendation engine for ...
18 Feb 2021AI, Natural Language Processing, News
WHAT WE DO
The Center hosts a number of cutting-edge, transdisciplinary research programs designed to broaden our understanding of some of the most pressing challenges of our time, and generate the right policy options to tackle them.Learn more
The Center for the Governance of Change offers training programs for leadership teams in private companies, international organizations and governments who want to understand, anticipate, and manage technological change.Learn more