Connecting the Dots

Software.org is Connecting the Dots by helping policymakers and the public better understand the impact software has on our lives, our economy, and our society. Check back to keep up-to-date on Software.org’s latest activities and initiatives.

Software.org Celebrates Its First Year

We celebrated our first anniversary this week – and what a year it was. Take a look at all the ways we’re working to educate policymakers and society about software’s impact and prepare the workforce for the future. Reports and Issue Briefs Software.org conducts original...

Category: Government

Transforming the World With AI

On Tuesday, Software.org sponsored a Washington Post event called Transformers: Artificial Intelligence. The event convened researchers, technology innovators, and business leaders to explore AI policies, the future of work, and ethical and societal issues related to AI. Among the highlights: Sens. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and...

Category: Emerging Technology

With Software, Every State’s a Tech Hub

Across the US, software empowers countless people and businesses, improving our lives each day in ways big and small. In Michigan, it’s reducing medical conflicts so Americans can live longer, healthier lives. In South Carolina, it’s improving transparency in police departments. In California, it’s helping...

Category: Economy

Closing the Gender Gap, One Girl at a Time

Software.org’s first Girls Who Code class graduated this week, and we are honored to have sponsored such a dedicated group of aspiring coders. Rather than spend the summer at the beach, these 17 young women spent the past seven weeks mastering sophisticated languages like HTML,...

Category: Girls Who Code
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