The Network for Global Technology Governance.
How can we maximize the benefits of science and technology for society? That's our mission. To achieve it, we’ve created a global hub of expertise, knowledge-sharing and collaboration, based in San Francisco
We partner with governments, leading companies, civil society, and experts from around the world to co-design and pilot innovative new approaches to policy and governance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
We’re not just developing new ideas – we’re implementing them across the globe at the pace demanded by technological change.
As a leader, expert or innovator, you may have great ideas for the Fourth Industrial Revolution governance. But you can’t make global change alone.
From artificial intelligence to precision medicine, we aim to unlock the potential of cutting edge technologies to transform society.
The Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a newly established
focal point within the international community for multistakeholder dialogue and
concrete cooperation on governance challenges and opportunities presented by
advanced technologies. Read more here.
Our Business Partners
Centre Partners are global companies with the scale and ambition to help chart Fourth Industrial Revolution governance. Partners play a core leadership role in co-designing Centre portoflio(s). They include:
ABB, Accenture, Cognite,Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Eisai, Hitachi, IBM Corporation, Kaiser Permanente, Koç Holding, Latham & Watkins, McKinsey & Company, Microsoft Corporation, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation, Mori Building, NEC Corporation, Palantir Technologies, SAP, Sompo Holdings, Splunk, Inc.,Suntory Holdings Ltd., Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Visa Inc.
Amazon Web Services,American Heart Association, Baker McKenzie, BBVA, Cyberdyne, Dignity Health, DJI, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, Guardian Life Insurance Company of America,HORIBA, Huawei, Hyundai Motor Company, IDEO, JD.com, Netflix, Sberbank, Turkcell, Uber, Vara Technology, Wipro,
Our Governmental Partners
Working with governments to test and scale the projects developed in the Centre Network is key to achieving impact. Local, sub-national and national governments as well as international institutions from around the world are sending fellows to imbed into project teams for 12 to 18 months. Fellows act as a bridge to their governments, to help co-design new policy frameworks to be piloted in their home countries.
Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, India, Inter-American Development Bank, Kazakhstan, National Governors Association (USA), Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Francisco, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, State of Maharashtra, State of Andhra Pradesh, Turkey, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates and Viet Nam.
Centre Members are world’s most impactful start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises. They are actively engaged in Forum efforts to advance global collaboration on the Fourth Industrial Revolution to benefit society. They include:
A.I.C.D. , AirMap, Alto Data Analytics, Apttus, Autogrid, AutonomiQ, Aura Biosciences, Avellino Labs, Averon, Bestmile, BrightHive, Citrine Informatics, ConsenSys, Contextere, Cujo LLC, Culture Trip, Curl Analytics, Deposit Solutions, Diginex, Dispatch Labs, Door2Door, EdgeMakers, Element AI, Factor10, Faethm Pty Ltd, FiscalNote, Globality, H55 S.A., Inc., Integral Petroleum, Kinetica DB, Inc., LCX, LLamasoft, Lynk, Marstone, MetricStream, Omada Health, Parsable, Perceptive Automata, Privitar, Quid, Sedicii, Skills Matter Ltd., Soft Robotics, Storecoin, Synthace, Tradeshift, Uptake Technologies