FP’s Tech Forum
What would a road map for global tech policymaking look like?
The world’s approach to technology policy has mostly been piecemeal, too little, and too late. The reality is that every major policy issue—regulation, privacy, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, combating misinformation, and more—requires a multilateral approach to policymaking that has so far been missing.
What would a road map for global tech policymaking look like? How can the private and public sectors come together to build rules that not only keep pace with technological change but also adapt to evolving threats?
FP’s inaugural Tech Forum convened leading government, academic, and industry experts to discuss a framework for tech policies that could work for all.
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