Artificial intelligence is just one technique for automating decisions. Other, older software tools are also being deployed in new ways that touch vulnerable groups.
A programmer builds a website that lets parents and their children choose between public schools. A user experience expert redesigns a benefits portal so immigrants and counselors can look at case files together. A data scientist works to create a database to encourage the federal government to start tracking police use of force.
The Internet of Things (IoT) describes an emerging global network connecting everything around us: from what we wear, to the homes we live in, and even medical devices embedded in our bodies.
In the digital age, grantmakers should be able to assess and, when appropriate, help address the digital security threats faced by grantees and grant applicants. Digital Security & Grantcraft Guide was written to help grantmakers both assess and address digital security concerns.