Data Responsibility

IBM’s Principles for Trust and Transparency

For more than a century, IBM has earned the trust of our clients by responsibly managing their most valuable data, and we have worked to earn the trust of society by ushering powerful new technologies into the world responsibly and with clear purpose.

IBM Vision 2024: For a responsible, open and inclusive digital Europe

Today, IBM published Vision 2024: our priorities for technology policy in the EU for the new five-year mandate of the European Commission and the European Parliament.

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IBM and Climate Change: Early Action, Sustained Results, and Support for a Price on Carbon

  IBM has stated for more than a decade that climate change is a serious concern that warrants meaningful action on a global basis. Notwithstanding many important efforts, this remains the case today.

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Choose Values, Not Geography: IBM on Tech Sovereignty

  Technological sovereignty should be based on presence, values and trust, not the geographic location of company headquarters.

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“Precision Regulation” and Facial Recognition

  AI is systemic in our daily lives. Its algorithms improve supply chains so you can get your packages in days rather than weeks. AI systems predict when your car will need maintenance, they help with the efficient delivery of energy to our homes and offices. And innovations such as AI applications in health care […]

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HEA Reform Bills Mark Progress Toward Career Paths for More Americans

IBM issued the following statement in response to today’s House markup of the College Affordability Act:

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The New Era of Smarter Food Safety is Now

This week the U.S. Food & Drug Administration held a public forum, “The New Era of Smarter Food Safety,” bringing together many organizations in the food ecosystem – food companies, food laboratories, food safety watchdog groups, food safety expertise and standards, and technology companies.

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IBM Comments to NIST on Privacy Framework

IBM’s Chief Privacy Officer Christina Montgomery submitted the following letter supporting the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s work to create a privacy framework.

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Digital Elements of the US-Japan Trade Agreement are a Model for the World

Last week, I was honored to represent IBM as President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a new U.S.-Japan trade agreement. Along with the agreements governing certain agricultural and industrial goods, both leaders committed to robust guidelines to promote and protect digital trade between the world’s largest and third-largest economies. We often rightly speak […]

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Viewpoint: IBM’s Chief Privacy Officer on Priorities for a U.S Privacy Law

IBM Chief Privacy Officer Christina Montgomery outlines in a OpEd priorities for national privacy legislation in the U.S.

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