On Thursday, July 23, the IBM Policy Lab launched IBM Policy Lab Live with a panel discussion on “Responsibility in Tech’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Panelists included: Christina Montgomery, IBM Chief Privacy Officer Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers Lucrezia Busa, Member of Cabinet for European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders, Policy Lead for AI, Data […]
When you’re grocery shopping, you may check an item’s nutrition label to discover its calorie or sugar content. This crucial information helps people make informed decisions about their eating habits and ultimately their health. A similar kind of transparency is what we should expect in AI systems, especially when they are used in the context […]
Our tech ecosystem is teeming with innovators who constantly bring us products and devices that improve lives. In a COVID-19 world where self-isolation has become the norm, we have gained a new appreciation for technology’s ability to bring us together and enhance our wellbeing. While there is no doubt that technology has tremendous potential for […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted just how vital connectivity is to society and the economy. The widespread adoption of 5G technologies has the potential to make connectivity an even more powerful tool, transforming how we live and work for the better.
Davos Panel Hosted By IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Explores Precision Regulation of AI & Emerging Technology
Event formally launches IBM Policy Lab, a new forum to advance bold, actionable policy recommendations for a digital society and foster trust in innovation Also follows IBM Policy Lab publication of industry-leading priorities to guide regulation of artificial intelligence based on accountability, transparency, fairness and security At the World Economic Forum in Davos, IBM […]
IBM is pleased to present Vision 2024: our priorities for technology policy in the EU for the new five-year mandate of the European Commission and the European Parliament.
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.
Technological sovereignty should be based on presence, values and trust, not the geographic location of company headquarters.