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By Philip Lee, WACC general secretaryWinding up the WSIS+20 Forum High-Level Event (Geneva, May 27–31), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Secretary-General Doreen Bogdan-Martin said, “This week has shown, with the AI for Good Global Summit happening in parallel, that we are well on our way towards...

Churches and civil society group must focus on questions of power around artificial intelligence (AI)—be that tech, political, gender, or racial power—and examine who is being included and excluded, concluded speakers at a 9 March webinar at the NGO CSW67 Forum running parallel to the...

Ownership of mobile phones, especially smartphones, is spreading rapidly across the globe. Yet, there are still many people in emerging economies who do not own a mobile phone, or who share one with others. According to the Pew Research Center, in 2019 mobile divides were most pronounced in Venezuela, India, and the Philippines, countries where three-in-ten adults do not own a mobile phone.