INHR experts can help to link developing countries and civil society with expertise for technology and policy decisions necessary to address telecommunications, artificial intelligence and cyber challenges. We can link you with industry, academia, and policy makers who are confronting the challenges of new technologies and help you in deploying solutions in your country or organization. For example, we helped SIDS/LDCs at the UN GGE on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS)
INHR represents states and civil society think about the opportunities and challenges of the cyber and Artificial Intelligence revolutions. We help states use technology for good in areas like health, human rights or development work. This includes internet freedom, privacy and data security,. Second, we can help you in representation in the UN technical agencies at the forefront of addressing technology. We understand the balance between innovation and regulation and prefer establishing guard rails to squelching creativity.
Our experts include former diplomats and staff at the International Telecommunications Union, World Intellectual Property Organization and other specialized agencies. They include a former telecommunications lawyer well versed in spectrum and regulatory policies and a staffer who supported humanitarian agencies to develop Mobile Apps related to staff and data security.
We are experts in many of the multistakeholder platforms that bring industry, civil society and governments together. We have experience in the Internet Governance Forum, the Business and Human Rights Forum, the Open Government Partnership and many similar areas. Let us help you strategize about how to use these platforms to maximize your priorities. Our work on removing gender bias from AI has been acknowledged by the AI for Good Summit and the UN International Telecommunications Union.
To allow all to benefit from the technology revolution, ensuring access and inclusivity is key. INHR can help you think about how to address the following challenges:
- working on product design to avoid bias in Artificial Intelligence based on race or gender,
- making technologies more accessible to people with disabilities,
- promoting connectivity to ensure those in remote areas and countries can access the potential of new technologies.