A world with brain implants may sound like science fiction, but this future may be closer than you think – which is why neurotechnology governance is more important than ever.
New results from the OECD International Survey of Scientific Authors shed light on the gender gap in career stability among researchers and academics.
A new OECD report sheds light on what online content sharing services are doing to combat the spread of terrorist and violent extremist content.
As the COVID-19 crisis ripples across economies, G20 governments are working to implement policies to help accelerate the digital transformation.
The online spread of disinformation on COVID-19 poses grave risks to public health and the economy. A new OECD policy brief outlines four steps that governments, Internet companies and other stakeholders can take to more effectively combat the “infodemic”.
A new OECD report prepared for the G20 Digital Econmoy Task Force sheds light on how governments are actively experimenting with AI strategies and policies.
A range of digital tools are already being used to combat COVID-19 – including drones, collaborative computing and others – and they could provide even greater assistance if their potential was fully realised.
If countries fail to remedy gender discrepancies, they risk wasting considerable talent that could have otherwise made valuable contributions to their research systems.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a crisis unlike any we’ve seen in our lifetimes. Science, technology and innovation policy has a clear and crucial role to play in our response.
The OECD Recommendation on Responsible Innovation in Neurotechnology aims to help governments and innovators anticipate and address the various ethical, legal and social challenges raised by new neurotechnologies, while still promoting innovation in the field.
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