A non-profit organization working to accelerate decarbonization through open-source cryptography and governance, the SINE Foundation has joined the Datasphere Initiative as an in-kind partner.
The partnership will foster collaboration between the two organizations as they work to unravel the true value of data to benefit society.
“Like the SINE Foundation, the Datasphere Initiative believes in the power of technology while recognizing we can be bolder when innovating responsible solutions for data exchange. We look forward to collaborating on common goals in the years ahead” said Martin Hullin, Deputy Executive Director, Datasphere Initiative.
Both organizations have complementary missions around innovating and experimenting with new data governance frameworks and seek to test new technical solutions to responsibly unlock the value of data for all.
Drawing from the strength of their backgrounds in data policy, and academic and technology development, Datasphere Initiative and SINE Foundation will support each other’s efforts in raising awareness of the uses of data sharing to tackle climate change and especially efforts to decarbonize supply chains.
“By working with leading corporates in the Partnership for Carbon Transparency, we learned that successful data collaboration requires a secure technical infrastructure and – just as important – strong governance frameworks; eg., to ensure high data quality. With our complementary strengths, we are looking forward to making the Datasphere a reality and its benefits tangible for everyone involved” said Aurel Stenzel, Co-Founder & Co-Chairman, SINE Foundation.
• Read more about the SINE Foundation here
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