We advise our clients on technology governance, policy, regulation and ethics to ensure that the social and economic opportunities presented by technology are developed responsibly and ethically. We identify the biggest risks contributing to negative market, consumer and human rights outcomes as technology becomes mainstream, and advise on how to manage these risks without stifling innovation.
Political economy of technology governance in Ghana
Genesis’ Centre of Digital Excellence was commissioned by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) to conduct an analysis of Ghana political economy as part of a broad political analysis of emerging and critical technologies across African and South Asian emerging markets.
Facilitating continuous learning for AI health research collaborative
Genesis Analytics has been contracted to support the International Digital Health & AI Research Collaborative (I-DAIR) through a developmental evaluation (DE). Unlike the traditional formative or summative evaluations, DEs facilitate real-time or close-time feedback loops, facilitating a continuous learning cycle.
First comprehensive mapping of South African fintechs for national treasury
To enable the growth of the fintech sector while minimising risk and protecting consumers, the National Treasury, in partnership with The World Bank Group, commissioned Genesis to conduct the first full market diagnostic and sizing of the local fintech sector.
Genesis drafts report for government fintech working group
Genesis drafted the post-workshop report of the second workshop of the IFWG (Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group), which is made up of the representatives from the South African Reserve Bank, Financial Sector Conduct Authority, National Treasury, Financial Intelligence Centre and the South African Revenue Service.