How to Reduce Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence

How to Reduce Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence

Published on: Mar 15 2023 by Guest Writer - 2 Comments
. What is technology-facilitated gender-based violence? Technology-facilitated gender-based violence, or TFGBV, is an act of violence perpetrated by one or more individuals that is committed, assisted, aggravated and amplified...
Apply Now: $1 Million for Social Media Misinformation Research

Apply Now: $1 Million for Social Media Misinformation Research

Published on: Nov 07 2022 by Wayan Vota - Comments Off on Apply Now: $1 Million for Social Media Misinformation Research
Social media technologies aim to let people express themselves freely, fairly, and safely around the world. However, it also facilitates data-driven rumors, conspiracy theories, and polarized communities that often elicit...
New Toolkit: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence Ethically in Your Programs

New Toolkit: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence Ethically in Your Programs

Published on: Mar 10 2021 by Wayan Vota - 2 Comments
As decision making and recommendations become increasingly algorithmically automated, it is critical that we are intentional about producing more fair development outcomes and proactive in mitigating harmful effects of bias...
Can ICTs Improve Democracy and Governance in Myanmar?

Can ICTs Improve Democracy and Governance in Myanmar?

Published on: Sep 24 2014 by Maria Andersen - Comments Off on Can ICTs Improve Democracy and Governance in Myanmar?
Internet access, in particular via mobile technology, gives citizens a medium through which to exercise their political voice. It can be used to challenge preexisting power systems and is a potential game-changer in countries...
How to Stop Facebook Hate Speech in Myanmar?

How to Stop Facebook Hate Speech in Myanmar?

Published on: Jun 30 2014 by Wayan Vota - Comments Off on How to Stop Facebook Hate Speech in Myanmar?
Myanmar will be going online fast in the next 2 years. Right now it has the same mobile phone usage as North Korea, Eritrea, and Cuba – less than 10% – yet with Teleno, Ooredoo, and Myanmar Post and Telecommunication...
ICT Enabled a Safe and Clean Constitutional Referendum in Kenya

ICT Enabled a Safe and Clean Constitutional Referendum in Kenya

Published on: Aug 25 2010 by Dinfin Mulupi - 1 Comment
The relative calm surrounding Kenya’s constitutional referendum held on August 4 is a stark departure from the violence that marred the infamous 2007 general election. The proposed constitution would limit presidential...