In 2018/19, responsible technology became a headline-grabbing issue and Doteveryone’s work has helped frame much of that debate.
We’re proud to share our 2018/19 Annual Review which covers just about everything we’ve been working on in this period.
We’re extremely grateful to everyone who has supported us, with funding, expertise, and by sharing our work and supporting our mission to make responsible technology the new normal.
As a small charity, we continue to rely on the generous support of funders to help us accelerate change in how tech is made and used.
Contact Partnerships Manager, Lil Patuck, for more information on supporting us.
Doteveryone’s 2018/19 highlights:
- Agenda-setting research on public attitudes to technology that anticipated the public ‘techlash’
- Pioneering thinking on ‘Regulating for Responsible Technology’ that has helped shape the Internet regulation debate and influenced policy in the UK and Europe.
- Practical recommendations for using technology responsibly to create a stronger society, including in social care, gig work and systems of redress.
- Training leaders and sharing practical responsible innovation methods that are being used by governments, charities, start-ups and global technology businesses.
- The very first responsible technology conference which brought together experts and practitioners from across technology, policy, data and ethics to discuss how to embed responsible technology into day-to-day practice.
Looking ahead to 2020 and beyond, we will be developing and growing TechTransformed, supporting the public to hold technology to account through better redress and re-running our People, Power and Technology research with the UK public to understand how the landscape has changed.