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This publication forms part of NGI Forward, the strategy and policy arm of the European Commission’s flagship Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, which seeks to build a more democratic, inclusive, resilient, sustainable and trustworthy internet by 2030.
Through this publication, our intention is to contribute towards building a shared foundation of understanding about networked technologies and their uses in our societies. More specifically how to align their current and future presence in our lives with our different aspirations, needs, values, and realities. As individuals. Members of different communities. Practitioners of different professions.As citizens of and residents in different countries within the European Union and beyond.
Each contributor is sharing their experiences and reflections around the places, relationships, processes, value systems, and challenges touched by the use, design, deployment, management, monetization, financing, or governance and of these technologies.
We treat each contribution to this publication as a window into societal, economic, technological, and political trends and transformations that affect us. By bringing these different perspectives together in the same place we hope to shed light on interdependencies that might otherwise not surface.
Please note that everyone featured in the anthology is participating in a private, personal capacity. Any views expressed are theirs alone and are not to be taken as representative for any organization, including Edgeryders OÜ.
This publication is curated by Edgeryders OÜ, a not for profit enterprise that provides leaders in public, private and third sector organisations with ideas and recommendations that they cannot find through traditional consultancy. It forms part of Edgeryders mission to support work towards more resilient futures. You can learn more about Edgeryders here and follow our policy and strategy work at the Edgeryders research institute.
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