AlgorithmWatch is a non-profit research and advocacy organisation to evaluate and shed light on algorithmic decision making processes that have a social relevance, meaning they are used either to predict or prescribe human action or to make decisions automatically.
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Informatics Europe: Informatics Europe represents the academic and research community in Informatics in Europe. Bringing together university departments and research laboratories, it creates a strong common voice to safeguard and shape quality research and education in Informatics in Europe. With around 140 member institutions across 31 countries, Informatics Europe promotes common positions and acts on common priorities. Here is a snapshot overview of what we do and what we stand for. See also:
- Informatics Europe – Informatics for All: The Informatics for All initiative was created to advocate for the inclusion of Informatics as a foundational discipline in schools across Europe. Its purpose is to give due recognition to Informatics as an essential foundational discipline for education in the twenty-first century.
- Informatics Europe – Informatics Education: Fostering high quality education in Informatics is one of the pillars of Informatics Europe.
Open Web Index is is a European-based approach for a competitive and data-protecting digital infrastructure. It aims to build a basis for genuine competition in the digital platform business.
Web We Want is an initiative of the World Wide Web Foundation, a global non-profit organisation founded by the inventor of the Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee. The Web Foundation has hubs in Cape Town, Jakarta, London and Washington DC.