Marietje Schaake joins ICFG as practice lead for emerging technology governance

Brussels, December 12, 2022 – The International Center for Future Generations (ICFG) is proud to announce the appointment of Marietje Schaake as practice lead for its work on emerging technology governance. With a decade of experience as a member of the European Parliament and a track record as a technology policy visionary, Schaake’s addition to the ICFG team bolsters the organization’s commitment to equipping EU decisionmakers with the knowledge and tools to responsibly address rapid technological change.

Schaake served as a member of the European Parliament from 2009 to 2019, where her work focused on critical areas such as trade, foreign policy, and technology. One of Schaake’s achievements was founding the European Parliament Intergroup on the Digital Agenda for Europe, demonstrating her dedication to advancing the EU’s thinking and action on technology. Schaake has repeatedly been named by Politico as one of the most influential Europeans.

With her current mandates as international policy director at the Stanford Cyber Policy Center and international policy fellow at Stanford’s Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Schaake brings a global perspective and strategic understanding of key technological and policy debates, which will enrich the ICFG’s efforts to shape the future landscape of emerging tech governance in Brussels.

Read more about Marietje Schaake on LinkedIn.


About ICFG

The International Center for Future Generations, established in 2021, is a think tank dedicated to shaping a future where decisionmakers anticipate and responsibly govern the societal impacts of rapid technological change, ensuring that emerging technologies are harnessed to serve the best interests of humanity. 

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