The C4DT Policy develops policy initiatives in matters of digital trust, combining technology and policy expertise. It facilitates knowledge transfer from EPFL to national authorities and international bodies by producing policy papers, reports and expert opinions as well as organizing conferences.
Working at the intersection of technology and policy, it facilitates exchanges between EPFL labs and authorities in order to provide technology expertise for decision-making.
Digital and technology areas covered (non-exhaustive):
- Privacy protection
- Data transparency, use and governance
- Artificial intelligence
- Digital infrastructures
- Digital platform power
C4DT Digital Trust Fellowship Program
The Center for Digital Trust (C4DT) digital trust policy fellowship program supports scholars and practitioners working at the intersection of trust-building tech and public policy to identify, analyze, and respond to critical issues concerning digital trust, e.g., privacy protection, cyber security, artificial intelligence (AI) & machine learning (ML), digital ledgers, big data, or the internet of things (IoT).