Learn more about IEEE Internet Inclusion Working Groups and how participants are helping advance solutions to connect more than half of the world’s population that is not connected to the internet today.
Internet Policy in the Age of Machine Learning
White paper authors examine the growing use of machine learning and AI in the internet, including the impact of development on current and future internet policies.
In Support of Privacy Engineering
In a position statement adopted by the IEEE Board of Directors, IEEE endorsed the use of engineering knowledge and techniques to systematically address risks associated with planned and authorized functioning of systems that collect, use, and disclose personal information.
Universal Access to the Internet
The IEEE Board of Directors updated a previously approved position statement with addendums addressing The Role of Community Networks in Advancing Universal Access to the Internet and The Role of Public Internet Connectivity in Advancing Universal Access to the Internet.
Closing the Gender Digital Divide
Q&A with Working Group Chairs Peter Micek and Ursula Wynhoven.
Global Internet Access is Even Worse Than Dire Reports Suggest
In WIRED, Peter Micek, IEEE Gender Digital Divide Working Group co-chair said: “It’s not geography, it’s not mountain ranges, it’s lack of political power in a lot of cases that’s determining access.”