Open research

Our work is centered around the principle of open research. That means asking big questions; listening to — and respecting! — the movement actors who are doing the work on the ground; bringing people across the globe together to learn from one another; and making sure that what we learn and how we learn it is made publicly available.

We chose open research as our methodology because we believe that in order to have a healthier internet and to build truly trustworthy AI, the principles and practices of openness are the best way to identify informed solutions. And because we believe that no one person or organization has the answers we are looking for, but that together we can find solutions we need.

Want to read what we’re reading?

Follow our Zotero feed where we post everything we are reading right now — from news articles to the latest research. Use your RSS reader to receive updates when we add items to our library by pasting the following link into your reader: https://mzl.la/zotero.

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We are always on the lookout for new collaborations and stories. If you have a great idea you want to share with us, email us at internethealth@mozillafoundation.org.

This is part of a broader movement for a healthy internet. See more.