Digital Equity Resources

This is the first report of the Media Ethics Lab Charrette series, aiming to serve as the springboard for a larger media ethics dialogue. Published in partnership with George Brown College's Institute without Boundaries, this is equally a summary of the charrette findings as it is a blueprint for future discussion and innovation in the field.
In this White Paper – “Why Smart Communities Need Digital Inclusion”, NDIA reviews what the term smart communities entail and how local government leaders are cementing divides if they fail to include strategies for digital inclusion and digital equity in their smart community plans.
This report explores the human rights impacts of ar- tificial intelligence (“AI”) technologies. It highlights the risks that AI, algorithms, machine learning, and related technologies may pose to human rights, while also recognizing the opportunities these tech- nologies present to enhance the enjoyment of the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (“UDHR”).