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A Conversation with Stefaan Verhulst on Data Collaboratives

Verhulst, founder of the GovLab and the DataTank, joined us for a fireside chat with Miguel Otero-Iglesias, Research Director of our Digital Revolution and New Social Contract program.

14 Sep 2023

 

AI, Data, Democracy, Geopolitics, News, Social Contract, Technology

Tech4Democracy: Aligning Technology with Public Interest

The CGC proudly unveils its comprehensive report on Democracy-Affirming Technologies: Aligning Technology with Public Interest and Social Good. This ...

06 Sep 2023

 

AI, Data, Democracy, Geopolitics, News, Social Contract, Technology

Creating Public Value Through Data Collaboration

In the 10th paper of Digital Revolution and New Social Contract research program, Stefaan Verhulst argues that policymakers should increase ...

13 Jul 2023

 

Data, News, Platforms, Social Contract, Technology
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