Can we move beyond the AI hype to defend human rights?
Debunking AI myths may help us avoid blind techno-solutionism, to craft evidence-based public policy that supports AI uptake only when machine-learning systems are actually fit-for-purpose, and center and respect people and their rights.
Sustainability and digital rights: how they’re connected and what that means for our work
The consequences of the climate crisis are universal and interconnected. Here’s how we see our role in responding.
When “cybercrime” laws gag free expression: stopping the dangerous trend across MENA
It’s not just Egypt. Throughout the Middle East and North Africa, laws purportedly aimed at increasing national security are putting human rights at risk.
Open letter to Michelle Bachelet, new High Commissioner for Human Rights
We identify six areas for digital rights in which the new U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights could have a key and definitive voice during her tenure.