ABOUT


Our Mission


 

The Center for AI and Digital Policy aims to ensure that artificial intelligence and digital policies promote a better society, more fair, more just, and more accountable – a world where technology promotes broad social inclusion based on fundamental rights, democratic institutions, and the rule of law.

 

Aa an independent non-profit corporation,  the Center for AI and Digital Policy will bring together world leaders, innovators, advocates, and thinkers to promote established frameworks for AI policy – including the OECD AI Principles and the Universal Guidelines for AI – and to explore emerging challenges.

 


Marc Rotenberg and Governor Michael Dukakis, Harvard Faculty Club, 2019
Marc Rotenberg and Governor Michael Dukakis, Harvard Faculty Club, 2019

The Center for AI and Digital Policy began in June 2020 as a project of the Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation. The Center is now incorporated in Washington, DC as a non-profit organization with an independent board of directors.

 

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Activities


  • Advise national governments and international organizations
  • Publish commentaries on AI policy
  • Update and publish annually Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values
  • Publish weekly the CAIDP Update
  • Support AI initiatives, projects, and campaigns that safeguard rule of law, democratic institutions, and fundamental rights
  • Organize educational events with AI policy experts

Goals


  • Promote the Universal Guidelines for AI
  • Monitor implementation of the OECD AI Principles
  • Support the establishment of new legal frameworks for AI

Support


The Center for AI and Digital Policy welcomes contributions from individual donors and charitable foundations. The CAIDP is a non-profit, charitable organization, incorporated in Washington, DC.