Microsoft has proposed a new voting system that is encrypted to allow counting while maintaining complete voter protection.
Voting Technology articles on Democracy Chronicles
This voting technology section highlights the important role technology has played in democratic history and seeks to explore how technology will shape the future of elections. This new era of elections is an area of heavy debate in political circles. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
According to new research, the majority of Europeans want to see some of their legislators replaced by Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Independent auditors looking into vote tampering in Windham’s 2020 state representative vote are focusing on ballot paper fold lines.
New research shows that people’s voting decisions or preferences for future romantic partners can be influenced by AI algorithms.
AI-powered democracy is being investigated by researchers at the University of Geneva, with Swiss being asked to set boundaries.
Election security remains top priority in America. In this regard, official election websites have been urged to move to .gov domains.
Under a new Republican proposal Alaska could be the first state to use blockchain tech statewide in its voting security scheme.
Rights groups want Senate to amend the massive election reform bill passed by the House to allow online voting for the disabled.
According to new evidence, political advertising is rapidly migrating to connected TV (CTV), also known as digital and streaming television.
Much of the “election integrity” law in Georgia and nation-wide will limit the ability to rise from election technology problems.