Mark Surman

Mozilla

Mozilla Ventures: Investing in responsible tech

Early next year, we will launch Mozilla Ventures, a first-of-its-kind impact venture fund to invest in startups that push the...

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Wearing more (Mozilla) hats

For many years now — and well before I sought out the job I have today — I thought: the...

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Leadership

Next steps on trustworthy AI: transparency, bias and better data governance

Over the last few years, Mozilla has turned its attention to AI, asking: how can we make the data driven...

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Leadership

Mozilla’s Vision for Trustworthy AI

Mozilla is publishing its white paper, “Creating Trustworthy AI.” A little over two years ago, Mozilla started an ambitious project:...

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Leadership

Launching the European AI Fund

Right now, we’re in the early stages of the next phase of computing: AI. First we had the desktop. Then...

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Request for comment: how to collaboratively make trustworthy AI a reality

A little over a year ago, I wrote the first of many posts arguing: if we want a healthy internet...

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Privacy Norms and the Pandemic

Will things like digital contact tracing leave a legacy of better privacy norms, or worse ones? The conversation about privacy...

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Getting Closer on Dot Org?

Over the past few months, we’ve raised concerns about the Internet Society’s plan to sell the non-profit Public Interest Registry...

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Leadership

Thank You, Ronaldo Lemos

Ronaldo Lemos joined the Mozilla Foundation board almost six years ago. Today he is stepping down in order to turn...

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Leadership

ICANN Directors: Take a Close Look at the Dot Org Sale

As outlined in two previous posts, we believe that the sale of the nonprofit Public Interest Registry (PIR) to Ethos...

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Leadership

More Questions About .org

A couple of weeks ago, I posted a set of questions about the Internet Society’s plan to sell the non-profit...

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Leadership

Questions About .org

Last month, the Internet Society (ISOC) announced plans to sell the Public Interest Registry (PIR) — the organization that manages...

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