Why we’re investing in the rise of the responsible tech worker

  • Accessible education, whether at undergraduate level (such as ResponsibleCS) or beyond;
  • Practical tools to help embed responsibility into existing processes, such as our very own EthicalOS;
  • Mechanisms to push back, like Coworker that helps tech workers organize, both within their companies and more broadly;
  • New models and narratives to look up to, such as Tristan Harris and the Center for Humane Tech’s notion of “time well spent” as a new product success metric; and
  • Spaces and new infrastructure to bring together like minds who want to share their stories and rebuild the industry, such as the Trust and Safety Professional Association — our newest grantee.




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