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Please join NoEthicsInBigTech.com for this year’s NSAComedy.com event. As the United States congress is working to erode our basic rights to privacy and security in the digital age under section 702 and global conflicts rage across the world, join this online free event on May 16th 2024. Join the conversation with human rights organizations, digital rights and peace activists from around the world discussing our inept leaders and big tech corporations that undermine our digital rights and freedom.As in previous years, we aim to unite on our shared human values and basic fundamental human rights as our rights are under attack in the US and around the globe. We hope you will be inspired, entertained and rejuvenated in defending basic rights and values that we are all entitled to regardless of our differences.This year’s presenters will include the role of surveillance state, impact of technology companies in undermining our digital security, current genocide in the Holy Land and the nuclear arms race.We will end the evening with comedy as we laugh at powers at be and global institutions that are incapable of solving the pain and challenges that humanity faces.

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Marianne Díaz Hernández : is the #WhyID Campaigner at Access Now. Marianne is a Venezuelan lawyer, digital rights activist, and fiction writer, currently based in Santiago, Chile. Her work focuses mainly on issues regarding online freedom of speech, privacy, web filtering, internet infrastructure and digital security. She founded the digital rights NGO Acceso Libre, a volunteer-based organization that documents threats to human rights in the online environment in Venezuela. Before joining Access Now, Marianne worked as a public policy analyst for the Latin American NGO Derechos Digitales. She’s volunteered for Global Voices, particularly for the Advox project, since 2010. She has also published several fiction books, and co-founded the small press Casajena Editoras. In 2019, she was recognized with the “Human Rights Hero” award, granted by Access Now, for her “research and leading advocacy efforts against invasive measures taken by the Maduro government in Venezuela. In 2022, she was selected as one of the Global Leaders of Digital Human Rights by the Ouano Foundation.

Co-Director of Civilian Agenda, Ousman Noor : promoting civilian protection in Armed Conflicts. Ousman studied law at SOAS: University of London, and social anthropology at the University of Oxford. He worked as a human rights barrister in London for 9 years, and taught law at SOAS. For 3 years, he was Government Relations Manager at Stop Killer Robots, a coalition of 250+ NGOs from 70+ countries, advocating for new international law on Autonomous Weapons Systems. He is now Co-Director of The Civilian Agenda, promoting civilian protection in armed conflict.

Roots-Action Organizing Coordinator : Ryan Black is a political organizer and digital marketing professional based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He previously worked with various marketing agencies and for campaigns across the country as a consultant, campaign manager, and videographer.

Roots-Action Coordinator Emma Claire Foley : Defuse Nuclear War / Specialist, Nuclear Issues,  Emma Claire Foley is a nuclear weapons policy expert, writer and filmmaker who has spent her career working for nuclear disarmament campaigns. Her commentaries have been featured in Newsweek, NBC, the Guardian and other international news outlets. She is also active in healthcare organizing through the Democratic Socialists of America.

Kevin Welch is the president of EFF-Austin : a digital civil liberties organization that was founded alongside Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and which continues to be a member of their Electronic Frontier Alliance (EFA). At EFF-Austin, he leads their push to educate the public and politicians about important legal and cultural issues confronting society in emerging technological spaces, and has spoken at diverse venues on these topics including at SXSW and to State Department international delegations. He is a Caltech graduate with degrees in Bioengineering and English.

Brett Wilkins is a staff writer for Common Dreams(commondreams.org) : He is also an officer of the San Francisco Berniecrats, an Our Revolution affiliate. His writing, which focuses on issues of war and peace and human rights, is archived at brettwilkins.com

Electronic Frontier Foundation Legal Fellow Brendan Gilligan : He is on EFF’s civil liberties team, where he works on free speech, surveillance, & privacy issues. During law school, Brendan interned with the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project, Center for Investigative Reporting, Center for Media & Democracy, & Federal Defender, & was a Student Attorney with the MacArthur Justice Center. Brendan holds a J.D. from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law & a B.A. from UC Irvine.

Vahid Razavi : previously founded Ethics In Technology 10 years ago and after an exhausting search Vahid didn’t find any ethics in Big Tech, now he knows better and is now focused on No Ethics In Big Tech. He is the author of two books The Age of Nepotism and Ethics in Tech and Lack Thereof. He has produced hundreds of videos on various social issues, including ethics in technology, Silicon Valley, regional politics, poverty, war, and social injustice.

Rev. Martin Todd Allen is an Associate Minister at the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples : He is Doctor of Minister (DMin) of the Pacific School of Religion. Previously, Rev. Allen worked as a prison, hospital and military Chaplain and currently works as a hospital chaplain in Mississippi. In addition, he serves on the board of directors of The Human Agenda.


Mike Rufo’s : songs and poems arc across the waves of life.  His music is gripping and eclectic, reflecting his impassioned engagement with the world. Mike’s musical language builds upon powerful lyrics, soaring vocals, driving rhythms, and melodic riffs that explore emotional depths and transformation.  Mike’s repertoire moves seamlessly across a range of original and re-imagined traditional and contemporary songs, from poignant to powerful, from rockin’ to refined, he will take you on a journey of the heart, body, and mind. He also mixes things up with a knack for the well-conceived parody, with a dash of political punch, like his popular singles Hit the Road, Trump! and Spyin’ Eyes.


Amy Dontblameme : is a freelance writer and researcher who watched too many YouTube videos one night last year and decided  to start writing jokes as a way to practice public speaking, try a new creative skill and avoid the habit of opening social media to unwind. She loves it when the surveillance state finds cute clothes in her exact favorite style and size and puts them conveniently in her Facebook and Instagram feed for purchase.

Cathy Zhao : is a bilingual comedian and actress based in San Francisco via Beijing, China. She has roasted mayors, statesmen, FBI agents in her comedy and she has worked with Margaret Cho for comedy shows. She co-founded Laugh It Out Hub – a 501(c)3 non-profit to empower the mental health of teenagers through comedy workshops.

Jessica Mulder : is a Curaçao-born, South Florida-raised, Los Angeles-based human with creative tendencies. More specifically: a creative producer, content creator, comedian (host/producer of Forbidden Fruit Comedy Show – 1st Friday of every month at Bar Franca in Downtown Los Angeles), graphic artist, and songwriter. What? It seems like she does too many things? Well, she’s also a Capricorn so, deal with it. Check out her Linktree!

Filmmaker Peter Menchini : joined the marketing team from Bad Taste for a Good Cause as they took to the streets of San Francisco to promote a premium contaminated drinking water containing raw untreated sewage and unfiltered sea water called Gaza Springs: A Taste of Genocide. Gazasprings.com

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Human Rights for Some—Indifference for Others

Human Rights for Some—Indifference for Others

My name is Vahid Razavi. I have been a member of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots for the past five years. During this time, my former 501(c)(3) organization, Ethics in Tech, was awarded multiple grants to produce content on behalf of the Campaign by its Steering Committee.

With the Campaign’s support, Ethics in Tech organized events featuring speakers including Nobel laureate Mary Wareham, Mines Action Canada director Erin Hunt, and numerous experts in the field of artificial intelligence and autonomous lethal weapons systems. In addition to hosting luminaries in the activist space, Ethics in Tech also incorporated headlining comedians as part of our unique approach to addressing some of the most existential issues of our time.

Our events—especially prior to the Covid-19 pandemic—were well attended and drew national and international media coverage, including from Japanese broadcaster NHK World.

I have always been a steadfast supporter of the Campaign’s mission of a world free from lethal autonomous weapons. When Israel launched its genocidal retaliation against the Palestinian people following the horrific October 7 attacks, I and a number of Campaign members implored the Campaign’s Steering Commitee to make a public statement against the use of AI-powered weapons in Gaza. As a human rights organization, I believed the Campaign would naturally condemn what thousands of internationally experts including one of Israel’s leading Holocaust scholars called a “textbook case” of genocide.

Alas, imagine my dismay and disappointment when the Campaign terminated human rights attorney Ousman Noor after he published a social media post condemning the Gaza genocide. In the wake of this most dubious decision, more than 2,000 human rights defenders signed an open letter in support of Mr. Noor. This resounding show of support went unanswered by the Campaign’s Steering Committee.

Was Mr. Noor just a rogue disgruntled employee? Hardly. Another staff member, the Campaign’s UK coordinator, subsequently accused the Campaign of racism. When multiple staff members accuse an organization of open racism and retaliation for taking a position against genocide, the organization’s value’s demand further scrutiny.

I have been warned, threatened with expulsion, and told to be silent while I witness an AI- driven genocide before my very eyes. Is the innocent blood of tens of thousands of men, women, and children being spilled in Gaza not worthy of the Steering Committee to act?

In response to backlash from Coalition members, the Steering Committee has resolved to rearrange the proverbial chairs on the deck of the Titanic. They will be conducting a survey of Coalition members in the weeks ahead. I submit that the Campaign must immediately publish a statement condemning, the genocide, by the  use of AI-driven systems utilized by Israeli occupation forces in their assault on Gaza.

Project Nimbus used Google and AWS cloud for machine learning, AI using facial recognition, and object tracking and targeting.

Red Wolf mass facial recognition training all over occupied territories for maintaining apartheid control of Palestinians.

Blue Wolf used on smartphones to capture facial details of Palestinian users.

Smart shooter used for AI and Automatic shooting of Palestinians throughout the occupied territories for “crowd disbursement.”

Finally, Gospel that is used to target over 200 journalists that have been murdered and maimed, sometimes along with their families, throughout Gaza.

The embedded video was an event that I participated in with Ousman Noor and fellow coalition member in regards to countering intimidation and retaliation in peace and disarmament in support of Palestinian human rights advocates. 

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NGO campaigns working in peace and disarmament are plagued by Western-centric and racist structures. The response to Israel’s genocide in Gaza by several Western led NGOs, including through discrimination, intimidation and silencing of human rights advocates speaking up for Palestine, exemplifies the deep-rooted prejudice held towards the legitimate views and aspirations of non-white and Global Majority states and stakeholders. This seminar examines these practices in light of the events at Stop Killer Robots, a coalition of 250+ civil society organizations across 70+ states, led by world leading peace and disarmament NGOs. In October 2023, leaders of the campaign dismissed Ousman Noor as Government Relations Manager, after he spoke up against apartheid, ethnic cleansing and occupation in Palestine, while coalition members calling for accountability and transparency have since been ignored.

Free! No Registration Required! Language: English without translation [How to Watch] Live on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/@EthicsInTechnology/streams
Event will be available for future viewing on the same link above! Endorsements: Arms and Civil Society Research Forum, International Peace Research Institute Meiji Gakuin University (PRIME), JSPS KAKENHI Number 21K13250, Network Against Japan Arms Trade (NAJAT), No Ethics in Big Tech, Nonviolence International Southeast Asia (NISEA)

Speaker Bios: Dr. Tamara Enomoto is Associate Professor at Meiji Gakuin University, Japan. From 2003 and 2015, she worked as a policy officer on humanitarian and arms control issues at Oxfam. She has authored and edited books including The Arms Trade Treaty: The Self, Sovereignty, and Arms Transfer Control (2020 in Japanese), Weapon Taboos: Genealogies of Pariah Weapons (2020 in Japanese), and Bouncing Back: Critical Reflections on the Resilience Concept in Japan and South Africa (2022 in English).

Ousman Noor: Ousman studied law at SOAS: University of London, and social anthropology at the University of Oxford. He worked as a human rights barrister (lawyer) in London for 9 years, specializing in refugee and detention law, and taught as a Senior Teaching Fellow at SOAS. For 3+ years, Ihe was Government Relations Manager at Stop Killer Robots, a coalition of 250+ NGOs from 70+ countries. Following a personal Tweet calling for an end to occupation, apartheid and ethnic cleansing in Palestine, his employment was terminated.

Sahdya Darr: Sahdya was UK Campaign to Stop Killer Robots Coalition Coordinator from June-December 2023 until she resigned because of the silence and inaction of the UK and global Stop Killer Robots campaigns on Gaza. Since 2020, she has worked at the intersection of technology and society (migration, warfare, education). Sahdya is deeply invested in ‘how’ we do the work of building a better world and always has abolitionist and organiser Mariam Kaba’s ‘questions I regularly ask myself when I’m outraged about injustice’ in her mind.

Mr. Vahid Razavi Founded Ethics In Technology 11 years ago and now knows better and he is the Founder of No Ethics In Big Tech, is the author of two books, The Age of Nepotism and Ethics in Tech and Lack Thereof. As a lifelong activist and humanitarian, he has produced hundreds of videos on various social issues, including Ethics In Technology, Silicon Valley, regional politics, poverty, war, and social injustice.

Mr. Fred Lubang: Fred Lubang is the Regional Representative of Nonviolence International Southeast and served on various advisory boards of various global disarmament campaigns. Concurrently, he is also the National Coordinator of the Philippine Campaign to Ban Landmines and has led the implementation of one of the peace agreements on clearing explosive remnants of war in the Bangsamoro. Fred was awarded the 2022 Sean MacBride Peace Award for his “unflagging work and commitment” to humanitarian disarmament. Fred is now working on his PhD dissertation on ‘a decoloniality framework for humanitarian disarmament’ at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies in Cambodia.

European Legal Support Center:The ELSC is the first and only independent organisation defending and empowering the Palestine solidarity movement in Europe through legal means. It provides free legal advice and assistance to associations, human rights NGOs, groups and individuals advocating for Palestinian rights in mainland Europe and the UK.

“Registration is not required. Simply tune in to the live stream on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@EthicsInTechnology/streams on 10th February 2024 at 13:00-14:00 (UTC).”

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As Gaza Burns, Injustice to One is Injustice to All – A Letter to Stop Killer Robots

Statement to call for accountability at Stop Killer Robots following the dismissal of Ousman Noor as Government Relations Manager, and for campaign statement on international law violations in Gaza and need for ceasefire.

Dear Steering Committee of Stop Killer Robots,

We, the undersigned, stand in solidarity with Ousman Noor, who was dismissed as Government Relations Manager at the Stop Killer Robots (SKR) campaign on the 27th October 2023 following his personal post on X/Twitter on the 14th October relating to the escalating violence in Israel-Palestine. His dismissal raises serious concerns regarding the Steering Committee’s (SC) implementation of SKR’s Vision and Values and commitment to an intersectional approach towards humanitarian disarmament, and we call upon the SC to take concrete and immediate steps to address these concerns. 

As stated in the Notice of Termination, Ousman had performed this role for 3+ years with “dedication, commitment and skill” and his work was appreciated and respected across the SKR campaign coalition. The speed and severity of his termination, absent any disciplinary hearing, indicate that his dismissal was motivated by an effort to isolate him from the campaign, and to penalize him for expressing his views regarding the ongoing conflict. 

Additional concerns are raised regarding the appeal process initiated by the SC. The termination of his employment prior to the appeal process, failure to disclose relevant documentation, and severance of access to his work account, all suggest a lack of procedural fairness and transparency. The public announcements via the campaign’s website, listservs and on social media platforms made by SC, in which it makes “categorical” claims regarding the termination, suggest that the SC has already concluded the outcome of the appeal prior to its completion. These claims further undermine the integrity of the appeal process. 

Throughout this period, SKR has refused to make a statement regarding the need for a ceasefire despite the unprecedented level of violence being witnessed in Israel-Palestine. During this time, at least 20,000 people have been killed, mostly women, children and the elderly. 135 United Nations Staff— the highest number of UN fatalities recorded in a single conflict –other humanitarian aid workers, more than 300 medical personnel and more than 90 journalists and media workers have been killed. 85% of Gaza’s population has been forcibly displaced from their homes since the aggression began. UN experts have described these acts as “mass ethnic cleansing” and “a genocide in the making”. These atrocities have been committed in the context of a long standing occupation of a civilian population, in which one racial group dominates another through apartheid, a crime against humanity. 

In addition, it is well known that Gaza and the West Bank have been the testing ground for some of the most advanced automated surveillance and warfare technologies before these are exported around the world. Human rights experts have noted that autonomous weapons systems have the potential to automate Israel’s uses of force and help entrench Israel’s apartheid against the Palestinian people. An investigation, conducted by +972 Magazine, raises the alarm over the use of Artificial Intelligence and automated technologies in the detection and selection of targets, used to kill civilians at an alarming rate, describing use of the “Habsora” system as enabling an “assassination factory”. 

The SKR campaign has a published Vision and Values statement. In addition to concerns around the use of automated warfare technologies, these values include working to assist the vulnerable, and pursuing non-violent solutions to problems, using cooperation, negotiation, and activism to overcome systems of inequality and oppression. Given SKR’s professed commitment to these Vision and Values, it is alarming that the SC has not taken steps to issue a statement concerning these grave breaches of international law – and naming them as such – especially given reports that they are being aided through the use of automated warfare technologies. 

The failure to issue such a statement, as well as the dismissal of Ousman as Government Relations Manager by the SC, point towards an underlying failure by the campaign’s leadership to abide by the campaign’s own Vision and Values. In addition, these actions suggest a failure to adhere to an intersectional approach to humanitarian disarmament, which requires recognition of the interconnectedness between layers of inequality and oppression, contributing towards power structures that favor certain protected groups over others. 

In order to address these concerns, we call upon the SKR leadership to take the following immediate steps: 

  1. To provide the remedies sought by Ousman in his Grounds of Appeal against termination, including to offer him reinstatement of his employment as Government Relations Manager for the campaign, and to provide him with relevant documents and access to his account to enable the fair conduct of his appeal. 
  2. To provide the SKR campaign coalition members and the wider public with an honest, transparent and comprehensive explanation of how, why and by who, decisions were made leading to Ousman’s dismissal as Government Relations Manager for the campaign. 
  3. To provide immediate and ongoing transparency in relation to the campaign’s sources of funding and affiliations.
  4. To institute mechanisms within the campaign structure to ensure responsiveness and receptivity to campaign organizations regarding the preparation and publication of relevant statements relating to conflicts around the world. 
  5. To commit to a genuinely intersectional approach to humanitarian disarmament, recognising the interconnectedness between layers of inequality and oppression, contributing towards power structures that favor certain protected groups over others.
  6. To issue a statement, in accordance with the campaign’s Vision and Values, to condemn and challenge the ongoing violations of international humanitarian and human rights law in Israel-Palestine.

As of 8th January 2024, this letter has been signed by 1,330 organisations and individuals. The list of signatures, combined with the range of comments made by signatories, is as follows:







NoEthicsInBigTech.com Previously founder of Ethics In Technology a 501c3

Menlo Park, California

I have requested a statement in regards to Gaza from the campaign Steering Committee and Members since the start of this genocide, only to be told that I should be “warned” and “expelled” from the campaign. I have been told by a member of the Steering Committee that I should not raise questions in regard to Ousman’s termination from the group mailing list.

My previous organization Ethics In Technology a 501c3 received multiple grants from the campaign. For each grant we received we provided full transparency in how we used the funds.

Regrettably, the campaign has no transparency in regard to its own funding sources, steering committee’s action, and advisors.

The calls to condemn the genocide by Autonomous Weapon Systems and AI in Gaza and the occupied territories have fallen on deaf ears.


Seen on Screen Institute/ The Riz Test



Somali Human Rights Association (SOHRA)



The Justice Foundation



GP Castle Meadows Surgery- NHS



Rural Support Programmes Network



Racy Conversations

San Francisco California


Logic(s) Magazine

New York City


Pathway Consulting

Los Angeles, CA


Harrington Consulting

Napa, CA


International humanitarian law and youth Initiative



Affiniti Response



Vredesactie/Action pour la Paix


The cover letter explains it well enough, stop killer robots needs to stop surreptitiously endorsing genocide by firing someone who openly condemns the ongoing genocide in Gaza







Canadian cultural mosaic foundation



Johnnys Firmware



Foundland Ltd






Global Legal Action Network



Beit insan




Manama, Bahrain


Seqa ltd

Bristol U.K.

We stand with humanity for all


The Early Manager

Albuquerque, NM


Third Revolution

Detroit, MI






Oakland, CA

“We become what we ignore” – Ayori




Global Shapers Tanta Hub





Free Palestine


Subletinn Inc






Equalities and justice Northwest


Am signing on the behalf of EJNW and its 296 communtie orgainzations



San Francisco, CA



Pramones Inzinerija



Adala Media


People of honour make the world a better place. Solidarity!


Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network



Loyola University Chicago School of Law NLG chapter

Chicago, IL


Horani Law, PLLC

New York


National Lawyers Guild- International Committee

New York


National Lawyers Guild-San Francisco Bay Area chapter

San Francisco


Malcolm X Center for Self Determination







Vicky De Souza



F. Qureshi


Sophia Akram



Sara Alsherif


Griff Ferris



Sofia Lyall



Dr Syed Mustafa Ali



Bana El Assi


No one should ever be terminated for voicing their opinion especially on a humanitarian issue. Free Palestine 🇵🇸

Rasha Lababidi



Yasser Khan



Haleema Qazi

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

The hypocrisy of SKR is glaring! “Killer robots” are literally being used against Palestinians, and you’re silencing and punishing those who speak out against it. You’ve lost all legitimacy if you don’t take the steps outlined in the letter.

Ameer shaheed


Tarik Chardon



Emile Harding



Huda Kitmitto



Tamara Enomoto


Shahrzad Ghorban






Esraa Mahmoud



Lukindo mbuli



Imane M


Cease fire on Gaza!
SKR is supposed to be exemplery and neutral!

Janet Weil


All best wishes to Ousman Noor.

Taner Bodur



Shamshad Muscati

Rancho Cucamonga, California

I emphatically believe Ousman was unfairly dismissed for speaking the truth. As the world can witness the war crimes the killing of innocent Palestinian civilians  continues.

Nada Tarbush


Rajae el Haddar



Ebnomer Taha



Saleem Rashid



Hawwa bobat


Sherry Khan

New York


Cristina Deptula



Ross Rice

San Francisco


Raul Delarosa

San Francisco


Despoina Maniadaki



Ydraios Georgios



Maung Zarni


It is morally and professionally unacceptable that SKR has joined many institutions that have now made McCarthyite policies of Censorship.  ISRAEL IS ONE OF THE FRIGHTENING MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES THAT TEST AI-GENERATED AND OTHER WEAPON SYSTEMS IN “THE PALESTINE LABORATORY.” Ousman was doing what a moral, principled and compassionate human would do.  

Tania Bukhari


Good luck, we demand justice be done!

Shaheen Munshi



Abdiaziz Farah






Sean Sinanan



Vesna Strugar



Dario Armani



Melissa Short

Berkeley, CA

Stop killer robots and killer governments and killer subcontractors NOW. Stop the killing!

Robert Jones



Chris Jones






Sanna Khawaja



Nabil Elassi



Elham Tarbush


Leila White



Ayan Absia



Gregory Proch


We will overcome




Syed Hammad Ahmed

Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

I salute your efforts for humanity. Keep it going.

Natasha Malik



Tania B


Thank you for being brave  and standing for what is right

Rafiq Lababidi



Dima Asfour


Qais Kasabri

New York

We seek justice for every and each human



Bushra Ebadi



Zaid Bustami

Montreal, Canada


Sidrah Qureshi



Clarissa Mansfield

Bellingham, WA


Rana Ar



Natalie Kabasakalian


Carla Lafortune



Gail Nestel


Humera Noor



Adil kham


Sherif Shafie



Kristen Otenti


R Belmouloud


The truth cannot be suppressed

Saba Faruqui



Renata wimer

Mexico city


Sherif Shafie



Damon Ramsey


Free Palestine!

Rahet N





Tania Haque




Bernau bei Berlin


Rasmus Hemse





Good luck 🙌✌️

Shahzad Khan

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada


Thomas Li


Would someone have been dismissed for expressing solidarity with Israel following Oct 7th? If not, then a troubling and obvious double standard exists here, one which is likely to bring grave disrepute to the stated aims of this organisation and its leadership. 


London ON


Roelof Bijkerk


Ziena eldieb



Arsalan Akhtar



Carol Grayson

Newcastle Upon Tyne


Maureen Kelsey



Ahmed Zayan


Free Palestine

Patricia Carbajales-Dale

Seneca, South Carolina

I am sorry this has happened to you.

Hala Kitmitto

San Diego

Justice is a moral obligation

Micheal Jones


Disgusted at both your silence and your treatment of this man.

Harry Groome


Thaminah Choudhury


Stephen Olive



Umar Carter



Sameer Hasan


Sheila Hughes


Free Palestine and end the genocide!!!

Susan Phillips



Carolina Romero



Jhb, South Africa



Jakarta, Indonesia




Zain Esseghaier


Hamzeh alodat



Sarah Streatfeild



Mark Billing

Wirral, UK


Sunil Chodha



Sarah Taylor



Plainfield, Illinois


Sean Hurley



Evan Cofsky

Los Angeles


Nader El-Masri


Free Palestine

Sameena Ahmad



Hamdy Hassan

Benicia, California.


Majid Freeman


Respect for taking a stance and for speaking up. Keep up the amazing work. We need to continue speaking up for justice for ALL.

S Naseem





Andy Platt

Nottingham UK


Joey Rettner



Patrick Shi Timmer


John Mahon

Washington DC


Sajjid Zeeshan



Shereen Alima


It’s a disgrace that you fired ousman for speaking out against the bombing of babies

Shabina Khalifa



Azeem Shaikh



Aldorn Kaseke

Cape town







Houda Bennini


Ozgu Akcakir

San Diego

Being silent to the genocideis complicity




Zeid AbuOdeh


Mohamad Zeitoun


Please adhere to humane standards and guidelines, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, or origin.

yasser hashem


Shiza Khan


Sohel khan



Dr Shohrat


Free Palestine

Stacie Weaver

Hershey, PA

No organization committed to human rights would fire an employee for advocating for human rights. 

Caitlin Miller



Saqib Noor


Mary Sisco


Thank you for having a heart and soul.

Natalie Smith


Zakaria Kawsar






Manzoor Mustafa Ahmed



Kirsten Hummel



Robert Martin



Zachary Kirkpatrick



sean smith


Sammy Mendonca



Nora Schild


Iman Bugaighis



CM Bednarski

London UK


Yara Awad



New York


Taina Chahal

Thunder Bay, Ontario


Abdel Rahman ELSAYED


This extremely worrying considering Israel’s extensive use of autonomous weapons on Gaza

Teresa Smith

Los Angeles


Clarence Okoh

Washington DC


Helen Black



Assad Yousef


Vinodha Joly


Our sense of humanity cannot be selective. We cannot stand silent when war crimes and crimes against humanity are being committed.

Daniel York Loh



Fatima Derbi



Zoe Vidaly



Dr. Timnit Gebru

Palo Alto


Dilan Manatunga



Hiba Arshad



Katherine Zhou



Crystal R Widger


An organization that promotes justice and human rights firing someone for promoting justice and human rights blows my mind. Shame on you for not speaking out against the genocide of the Palestinians and for punishing someone brave enough to do so.

A Smith





Absolutely agree

Manchester UK


Anita Kanani


I am fully in support of this letter and urge that steps are taken as outlined in it

Joe Carmel


Wishing you all the best.

Peace for Palestine and Israel

Addis Ababs

Justice to Ousman Noor!

Elisabeth Wolfe

Ventura CA


Ellie Harding


Total injustice. The company should stay true to basic ethics.

Dr Ammar Waraich

Birmingham UK


N. Mansour, United States


Aren’t “killer robots” being used in Gaza in violation of int’l law on a daily basis? Particularly to target civilian individuals (journalists, doctors, scholars & their families) Why would you fire someone who stands for what KR is meant to represent? I find the paradox distressing.

Kat Dodds

Vancouver, BC, Canada

I think it is unconscionable for an organization like Stop Killer Robots to behave in this way and to not make a statement in oppostition to the Genocide in Gaza.


Los Angeles


Murtiza Taymuree

Los Angeles









Farhana Ali






Ayse Turkmen


Khaldoon Khaireddin

Los Angeles


Esra Murad



Isabel Avina



Amal chehayeb


mara ahmed

new york

I urge SKR leadership to address the concerns laid out in this letter.

Christian Cmehil-Warn






Maybelline Ungar

Florida, USA


Bob Symonds

Birmingham UK

Speaking out about the Palestinian situation is a courageous intervention given the support for Israel from countries in the West and their MSMedia’s. The use of AI weapon systems in this genocidal response to non-combatants is truly sickening and horrific, given the overwhelming military superiority of US/Israeli  weaponry and fighting forces. I am therefore surprised Ousman’s employers have removed him from his position, rather than supported his position, given the work he and his employers are engaged in? I trust Ousman’s appeal against dismissal is heard, investigated fully and is successful, in regard to reinstatement, adequate compensation, or both.

Mona Baker



Haroon Malik



Shirin Haider



David Cullen

Oxford, UK


Frank barry


Stop the genocide in Gaza.

Frank Afranji

Tigard , OR


Carl Webb



Speaking out against injustice isn’t a crime.


Hari Ziyad

Los Angeles


Ahmed Metwally

Calgary, Canada

Please stop prejudice against people who stand against thr ongoing genocide. Otherwise, you are being complicit in it.

Sandra Pereira


👉 https://elsc.support/

Free Palestine 💪
Equal human rights for all 🫂
Merry Xmas 💫✨️

Marlabetz Figueroa



Barney Carroll

Reading, UK


Mehnoor Khaliq


Aini Jelani


John Pawson



Katrina Browne

Londonderry NI


Albert Sabater Coll




Denis Dalton


Karen Bernal



Chadapohn Chaosrikul



Azeem Khan

New York


Orsola Casagrande


Marwa AlGamal



S. Motsinger

Wilmington, NC


Reena Geevarghese






Hassan Gulraiz



Timothy Garrison


Israel is using AI to exponentially increase its  capability of targetting civilians. Few equally salient opportunities exist for SKR to actualize its values, yet they chose hypocrisy.

Lenina Oliveira


Ousman has a right to free speech.

Nafiul Islam

 Birmingham,  AL


robert rizzuto

bronx ny


Waseem k



Janine Perlman


As a person of Jewish heritage, like the great majority of the world I abhor the atrocities being visited on Gaza by Israel. It is completely unacceptable that a person who is making a  personal statement about obvious crimes against humanity and war crimes should have his employment terminated. The irony that CSKR took this action would be laughable if it weren’t an exemplary employee’s job at stake, lost because he took the right stance on one of the clearest breaches of international law and basic human ethics since WWII.

Salof Farabia


Given your NGO’s mission, I find it shameful how you dismissed Mr Noor. Instead of standing by him for his opinion which falls in line with your mission statement from what I understood, you proved bigotry and hypocrisy.

Faizal Daniels

Cape Town



Greater Manchester


Lena Jayyusi


Khalid Bashir



Stryker Kelly-Thompson



Gitika T

Seattle Washington


Diego Alcalá Laboy

Wilmington, DE


Akram Jahanian



S D Lulz


Hilal Malawi


Nancy Hammond



Masab Khan



Tali Shapiro


P Atkinson


October 7th does not justify the killing of a single innocent soul.




A. Joseph Layon, MD

Gainesville FL


Rose Altmeyer



Iram ahmed


Abdul Raheem



Muhammad Chaudhry





Mark Fleming





It’s time we call a spade a spade, and not fear the dust that is kicked up. Injustice, dehumanisation, ane genocide MUST BE STOPPED, whoever the perperator. To hide behind accusations of anti-semitism assumes the crimes form part of the Jewish culture, and nothing can be more unjust against the Jewish religion and the Jewish people.

Dylan Nguyen

Little Rock, Arkansas

The world is watching.

Sharon Beck



Alexis Preston

New York


Lesley Barker






Los Angeles

Stop retaliating against people that want to stop a Genocide.

David Eccles

The Whanganui a Tara


Umayr Hassan

Lahore, Pakistan


Luke Steele



Elle Uwakwe



Mario Molino

Palermo, Italy


Patricia foley



Christopher Kapilla

Edmonds, WA


Phil Baptiste



Sasi Tempu


Rune Kongshaug



Mike Harling

London UK


Steven Lucas

Albany, CA.


Adan Diba


Transparency, justice and accountability to be served to Ousman Noor

Ali hachem






Constance M Davidson

Perth, Scotland


Maria Munir


Ahmed Mohammed


Yasir Hassan


The arbitrary and unilateral approach taken by the organisation raises serious concerns as to the biases of the leadership, and how deep these biases run? I will be monitoring the outcome of this with interest.

Kyla Bowen-la Grange



Danny Heap



Gary Lord



connie sanchez



Zahir Haque



Sahar Cury

New York




God be with you. The hypocrisy is incredible. Incase you have any bandwidth or know anyone who does, we’re also trying to attain “1948 letters” to symbolically point to understanding root causes of this colonization. Learn more here: https://islamophobia.io/palestine Keep the faith. @studentAsim

Isaac Jones


Amal Al Azzeh

Geneva – Switzerland


Misael Mondragon



Sharon foulds



leila lamarti



Mohammed Naushaduddin


Keep the good fight going

Sonya Pervez



Lauren Councill


Naheem Zafar



Jessica Santos

New York

Jessica Santos



Aisha Syed



Asima Ramzan



Prakash Diar



Mark A

Washington DC


Beatrice Brown


It is very disappointing that an organisation that opposes reckless killing via technology sacked a man who opposed reckless killing in his personal life. No company should presume that they own someone’s personal opinions, and the disdainful way the company sacked Ousman does not bode well for its ethics.

Isra Yazicioglu

Wynnewood, PA

Integrity, justice and transparency: urgent and non-negotiable. Palestinian Lives, too, Matter.

Linda Jansen

Seattle, WA  USA


Joni van der Westhuizen

Johannesburg South Africa

Why aren’t you protesting and dismantling the automated and AI weapons being tested on Palestinians

Meryem haguiga



William Barnett



Amjad Qureshi


I m worried about future of humanity

solmaz eshraghi


this is a critical moment for us to amplify voices against genocide

Suhailah Akbari



Krista Kitmitto

San Diego


Deb Keys


Nasim ahmad



Ian Brokenshire

Darwin, Australia

Thank you for your courage and conviction

Brian Masterson




Saudi Arabia


Mark Gerban


Peaceful dialogue should never be condemned, and this is a violation of Freedom of Speech. Please reinstate.

Summiya Khalid



Asem Alaa





From the river to the sea Palestine will be free

Dr Sofiane ABBAR



Yvonne Davies



Omer Selcuk



Abdelrahman Eldesokey


Clare O’Hara



Pamela Salazar



Valber Hudson



John Le Fevre

Phnom Penh

Free Palestine, end the genocide

Stephanie Wrightson



Saira Aly


Unfairly dismissed not thru lack of performance at work but personal out of work expressions

Junaid Kalang



Sophie Ciurlik Rittenbaum



Rashmi Luther



Jessy Jordan

Berlin, Germany


Ashley Dalton



Wlad Tijma


Maureen O’Hara



Tawfiq Wolff

Los Angeles




Danish Zahur


Andy Madsen

Buffalo, Wyoming

In time, those organizations who worked to silence voices protesting the immoral and illegal ethnic cleansing by the Israeli Government will be held accountable. Please reconsider your actions here and ensure you stand on the right side of history. The Palestinian People deserve our consideration, our support, and to be treated as full citizens of the worldwide community.

Fadhma Izri

Washington, DC

Silence in the face of injustice is an endorsement of injustice.




Salah Uddin



S. Faraj

Viola, WI


Hal Reed



Mohamed Amir Abdelrahman Osman


The silence in the face of injustice is complicity with the oppressor

Ali Britton


Germeid Gimborn


Dala Taher






Vin Tanner


I’m very sorry Stop Killer Robots has discriminated against supporters of Palestine and Palestinians, especially when doing do goes against the supposed goals they claim to have! I wish you all the most luck in resolving such a wrongful termination and total lack of upholding the values of fighting against military technology.

Kate Kilner




Mohammed hassan


May Hulsman





How can a person calling for peace be fired. You people are genocide supporters.

Ashraf Khateeb



Adel K


Isabelle Sykes


Shocked and deeply disturbed by both the lack of support by Stop Killer Robots for a ceasefire in one of the most horrific of illegal wars, as well as the decision to dismiss Ousman. Doublethink at its worst.

Abdel Bagegni

Reading, UK


Umar Khan



John Targett

Christchurch, U.K


Richard Patterson

San Martín de Teverga


Musa Izhiman



Vivian Kelly



Nathalie Owe

Geneva- Switzerland




The common people of the world is against the occupation of Israel towards the Palestinian

Kirby Evans

Ottawa, Canada

When enough people speak up for justice, justice will come!

Robert Jereski

New York

Good luck.

Ton Robinson



Md Yusuf

Dublin, Ireland


Dia Konate


Shame on SKR for firing an employee whose position is truer to the organization’s mission than whatever it is SKR’s leadership is doing.

Susan Saberi


Humanity is one, when one is in pain and suffers all humanity is in pain and suffers.

Emily Borg


Waseem H.

Winnipeg, MB


Felipe de Castro Andrade

Ilha Solteira – SP – Brazil





Abdullah Al Hussain



Dannon Ivey


Please consider the Gospel targeting system adn the considerations of AI targeting in this matter

Renee Rappard



Emma A


The firing and  silencing of people denouncing the bombing of Gaza is undemocratic and politically dangerous. Ousman Noor is entitled to side  with the oppressed and oppose the genocide or ethnic cleansing taking place in Gaza and the Occupied West Bank

Jeena Malik


Liz Mednick


Joana Pereira



Raquel Lainde



Rabia Anwar



Roman Sanders




Betina Gnisci

Buenos Aires





Louai Eleslamboly



Tarik Aougab


As a mathematician and a member of the Just Mathematics Collective (see our BDS campaign statement here: https://www.justmathematicscollective.net/USACBI_statement.html) I am disturbed to hear that an organization which commits itself to disarmament has failed to make even a passing statement in support of the victims of an unprecedentedly large bombing campaign. Truly, what is the purpose of a campaign such as this if it’s unable to speak up now?




Myra Khan





Francis Andtes


This is Not A political issue. It is a morale, humanitarian issue

Rachel Jespersen


Roohi Qureshi



Mohammad S


Carole grbin



Hamzah Awad Hajeir


Miriam Yilmaz

Neuss Germany





Saeed Ghanim



Nathaniel Pennington


All the best 👊🏽

Ubaldo A Laredo

Ecatepec, Mexico

Ceasefire NOW in Palestine

natalie potter



Marya Ahmed


Jane Ireland



Rob Sawers

Washington D.C.

I stand with Ousman Noor. He is a committed advocate for those suffering from oppression and violence by killer robots and that includes the Palestinian people. Stop Killer Robots should be congratulating him, not firing him, for his statements on the violence against Palestinians in Gaza.

Talha Faredi


Rochelle Harris




Razina akhtar



Amber W

Los Angeles


Simon Gulliver



Hamzah Nassif


SKR should restore the public’s trust in its mission by reinstating Noor and issuing a statement condemning Israel’s assault on Gaza, calling on it to refrain from unethical use of AI systems to target Palestinian civilians, and to call for an immediate ceasefire.




Quinesha McMath



Diane McLoughlin



Hamilton, ON, Canada


Saif M



Terry ahwal

Farmington Hills

Best wishes!

Lisa Ling

San Francisco Bay Area

Supporting human rights or IHL is not only a matter of convenience or only if and when politically safe, in my opinion it is an actual binary. Either one person or organization supports human rights across the board, or they do not support human rights. Either one supports IHL across the board or they do not support IHL. For these critical issues there can be no fence to sit on.

Jo Murphy



Rashid Ahmed


All communication to be via email,.not SMS or calls.

Arfan Amaluddin, concerned citizen

Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia


Jay Ali





Jumana Saleh



Sammy Miah


Ezio cusi

Shawnigan lake


Sabrina Volpi



Ali Shakur



Paula Muth



Naim Uddin


Sami Adurehman



Melinda Sanders


Ceasefire now!!

Husam Elsheikh



Dina Sorour


Calling out genocide should be supported, not punished

Buhle Maseko-MacArthur

Cape Town


Samar Hadrous

Corona, California



Islip NY

Hold Israel accountable for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Nikhil Dharmaraj



Zhimei Zhu


Julie Houston



Annie McNamara



Ali Aziri


Elias Madbak


Daniel Vargas

Mexico City

Free Palestine

Ramid Khan


The plight of the Palestinians is a stain on humanity and has been for decades. Even more of a tragedy is the suppression of voices which want an end to the suffering of the Palestinians.




Joe Chang



Sarwat Ahmad



AbdulHafeez S.


Hajid Hassan



MK Woodward


Wally Waliullah

Los Angeles


Sadia Saaher


Please, do not punish people for speaking the truth and standing with the oppressed.

Belinda A



Alshimaa Mostafa


Stop this systematic racism against people who are brave enough to say the truth

Adil Jadoon



Rashid Haq



Jeanette Anderson



Ghias El Yafi


Good luck




Sasha Baker

St Albans



Rio de Janeiro


Cherie Austin


Ahmed Arafa



Heather Brescia

Lacrosse, WI

Speaking out on genocide is a moral obligation. No matter the cost, thank you for your humanity.

Salman Naqvi


Wow, it’s insanely ironic that an organization dedicated against the use of lethal AI dismissed someone who spoke up against Israeli army, who’s actively using lethal AI!!!! How ridiculous is that?!!! Stop Killer Robots , you got explaining to do! Please sign, share and urge others to sign!

Salma Fawzi



Rami A

London England








Linda Sarihan

Christchurch, New Zealand


Sajah Hammoud



Alison Johnson

San Francisco





muberra sahin



Ciara Walker

Staten Island NY


Sohad Jamal



Bonita Archer


Jacob Lester




Rick McCallion

St Catharines

Israel IS a killer robot.
“Anne And Joe Argue About The Child-Killing Murder Robot” by Caitlin Johnstone

Andrew James


Zara Chaudhry








Ali Khwaja



Shahid Siddiqui


Mustafa Meghjee



Jean McDerbmott

Burnaby BC


Rehan Ashraf

London, United Kingdom


Hasan Rahman



Constanza Riderelli


God bless you

Ruhana ali



Don Cooper

Toronto, Ontario


Dhananjay Patil


I support Ousman Noor’s Appeal For remedies against unfair dismissal. Israel has been using AI & other advanced technologies in perpetrating this Genocide in Gaza. Osman Noor’s dismissal from ‘Stop Killer Robots’ for personal post meant to draw attention towards atrocities in Gaza is very antithesis of cause SKR claims to espouse.
“Reinstate Osman Noor & investigate who & why took decision to fire him im such highhanded manner! “.

Elizabeth Engel





Munazza Anwar


Plz provide justice to Ousman Noor and stop atrocities and child killing in Gaza. Provide relief to the innocent victims of Gaza

Shihab Ahamed Abdul Hameed



Louise van Rhyn

Cape Town


Dr Fatima


Stop censuring Pro Palestinians people, promoting their mass murder !

Naima Imaan


No to any HR violation. Stop the discrimination and oppression!

Hala Aldosari

Washington DC


Jonathan Lu

Palo Alto, CA


Ron Jetty



Assim Kamuka






Iftikhar Mahmood



Saad Sayed






Anna-Luisa Brakman


Andreas G. Flober

Siem Reap

Free Palestine. I am not an Antisemite.

Susan Smith

Woodland Hills


mohamed ebrahim


Nicola Banks

London, UK


Mohsen Javdani



Sajjad shoabe

South Windsor



Kuala Lumpur


Nouhad Aoukar


Salim Salim


From the river to the sea, everyone should be free

Melissa Finn

Waterloo, ON, Canada


Nadeem Khan

Mumbai, India

Stop injustice on the basis of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.

Hasna Alaoui



Chance Beretta


Israel is committing genocide and war crimes against Palestinians and all of Gaza where 50% of the population are children, i am a white American, and do not have a dog in this fight, but I am not too blind to see truth and through the Israeli lies and propaganda. God bless the children and the people of Palestine.

Hanane Boubakra


Nizar Sarieldin



Rayya Ghul


The return McCarthyism is one of the most disturbing aspects of the past two months, let alone disregard for free speech.  SKR has discredited itself with this summary dismissal and risked appearing partisan.

Marta Joaquim


Andrew Simmonds



Annie siddons



Scott Johnston

Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada


Muntasir Joarder



Adnan Shaikh



Mario Foster





Husam Abuhaimed


Rene Buxh



Iman Jilani

San Diego


Ori Blum


Anti-Zionist Jew descendant from survivors of the Nazi death camps, and son of “Israelis” who emigrated to “America.” Let me know if you think I may be able to assist somehow. Happy to talk. Free Palestine🇵🇸

Ian Heath

Brisbane, Australia

Cease fire now

Ayman Fahmy


Injustice to One, is injustice to All

Mohamady El-Gaby


Sophia Adam



Siân Finn



Sarah Brazil



Keith Watson


Thomas Williams

Manchester UK


Thoric Cederström

Geneva, Switzerland





Zeinab Benchakroun

San Rafael


roxi charmel





Palestine will be free

Brett Leeper


If the use of killer robots to commit genocide and war crimes isn’t topical to the mission of Stop Killer Robots, what are y’all even doing? And why should y’all expect to fundraise ever?

Abby Whorton

Costa Mesa


Siva Prasad Rambhatla



Zaid Habashneh





Rachel Luxton


Darran Scully




Leicester UK


Pat Matsueda



Nura sheer


Aasif Rasul



Courtney Evers


You should be ashamed of yourselves. What kind of organization like this spits in the face of an actual genocide and emergency? They are using advanced weapons of war on a defenseless population. You all need to reevaluate what it is you are actually doing!

Jim Pinckney



N Iqbal



Payal Parekh


I too wrote an article in German about Palestine and lost a major contract. Now I am reduced to doing menial work to pay my bills; Solidarity and peace to you. How such a campaign can fire you for pointing out human rights abuses is beyond me. It makes me question the whole campaign.

Aaishah A


Thank you for your sincere support Ousman for standing up to injustice- this is scandalous and unfair – you have my support – we will not be silenced amidst genocide wherever it happens.




Mansur Mahmud



Wissal Abdallah


Amina Fajjia





Solidarity and more power to you






Monica Perez


AI in warfare should be forbidden and a war crime since it’s so unrreliable.

Amjad Ghafoor


Give him his job back!!!!

Saifullah Taj


A world where injustice runs rampant is not acceptable. Everyone must mobilise to establish truth & justice. Corrupt elements must not be allowed to hold sway or parade their small ideas. They must be pushed to the margins of society. God has already guaranteed that truth will prevail. We just need to make a stand & take that first step. God is the guarantor that the criminals of this world will not get away.

Sahrish Ahmad



Laurence Meyer


Axel Brammeier

Stendal, Germany


Javed Butt



Dr. Manzoor Nowshari



Jemaï Alissa



Bernadette Barton



Daisy Garcia


Patricia Nolan

For Augustus


Bashir Sacranie


Resistance to the attack on Gaza and Palestine ls an obligatory act upon every human being in the interest of justice and sirvival

Kashif Naseem

Greater Noida

Stay Strong Brother

Dilshad Marikar

bury st edmunds


Jon Aresti


Natasha B


Never tire of speaking up for justice.

Aminat Amoo



Shazia Siddiqi



Amr Khafagy


Lucian Fiul

New York


Budhy Manegara



Tahir Shah



Ahmed Banat



Ahmed Abusamra


Mary Henderson



Kashif Choudhry



Theo Green


Iqa Zuhdi



Ahmed Saleh


lets Free Palestine together

Dr Jaafar El-Murad

London, England


Yusuf Motara



Ramzi Elkhater

San Diego


Taaseen Rahman



Kashifa Aslam



Maryam Iqbal



Oktavia Arief



Mahmoud Aref



Damon Minchella



Furkan Çay


Abdulmalik Abdulrahman



Suleman Anwari


a ceasefire now to stop this genocide

Martin Franklin



Erich Friesen

Saint Louis, Missouri


Ehtesham Siddiqui



Roy Bly

Sheffield UK


Remmelt Ellen



Em Tan



Ahmad Sodikov



Ismail murky


Carmen Martins



Lisa Martínez





Saira Court



Elisabeth Wynne






Daphne Hunter



Jakir H



Laura Guerra



Xavi Portalés



Councillor Sabia Akram


It’s beyond comprehension that an organisation designed to raise awareness, impartial and fighting for fairness. Can be so  biased and inept at meeting it’s own fundamental purpose and objective. The world is now truly a scary place.

Kiran Chudasama



Faour Alfaour


Peace for  all

Ayesha M. Alli



Dania koleilat Khatib



Rihab Hermessi



Cherry Barnett


Silvana Molina

Washington DC


Melissa Carranza


Thank you for standing up against bought & US paid for propaganda by Israel & AIPEC. The True side of the story needs to be shown to the world.

Wasef El-Kharouf


Kevin Flanagan



Anasa Sinegal


Muhammet Celik



Igor Cherstich


Ali Mehdi



Irene Sotiropoulou




Seattle, Washington


Riz Iqbal



Nassim Fathallah



Ceyhan Sarac


It is shame the organisations such as Stop Killers Robots staying silent on obvious violations of human rights and massacred Gazan families and children!
I also it is very ironic that when  one of their employee Ousman Noor acted to protest against these human rights violations even if on his personal capacity he was punished by dismissal from his post.
Finally, I condemn…employer Stop Killers Robots for their deplorable act!

Hamid Biglou


natasha shoaib



Yusuf Mohammed Yahaya

Kano, Nigeria

God bless you

Dr. Ruth San Martin


I think what this organization has done is reprehensible.

Madeeha Ansari


Corina Gurau



Ali Torabi






Lamia Touiti Bouebdellah

Gabes – Tunisia


Omar Hijaz



Yara Awad


Gila Kaplan


Palestinians are Semites too. Stop Anti-Semitism. Stop complicity with genocide and with the Zionist project.

Ilse Cardoen



John fowler



Faisal Khan


Pierce Sharelove

Victoria BC


Ann Newton-Marcial


This is disgraceful but indicative of the situation where support for  Palestinians often results in the loss of employment.  This situation has to stop and support for people who support the oppressed is  seen as being on the right side of history.  We should never support a system of Apartheid or those who murder and are complicit in a Genocide.

Dima Balbisi



Rafidah Abdul Hamid

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Benedetta de Niederhäusern



Anya-Nicola Darr



Lila Lamrani



Mohamed Ismail


The truth will set you free #freepalestine

Quraysha ismail sooliman



John Robb



Budi Witjaksono

Batam Indonesia


Rania Elessawi

New York

We all need to speak the truth, history is not subjective. There are only facts.







Rania khas



Glen Harnish

Boston, MA





Rya West






Ahmad Jamal El-Ahmad



O. H. Arman


David McGarry



Leila Tarighi



Alia ElKattan

New York, NY, USA


Cody Dolnick

Joshua Tree


Huma Dar


Sarah H

New York


Pia Singh


Dr. Daina Romeo


Barbara Myer



New Jersey


Shoaib Rasib

Birmingham UK


Shewit Zerai

Los Angeles


 Nausheen iqbal


Ruhana Pimenta Lima



Ali Shehper


Fatima Hassan






Eric Dynamic

Ypsilanti, MI


Lizzie Eldridge



Michelle Staton

Belle Mead, NJ


Jeanine Abuahmad


carolyn weaver

new york


Salman Waheeduddin



Atif Mohammed



Noah Rahman


Dr. Hassan Karim

Dallas, TX

The mission of SKR aligns with Ousman’s statements. It is appalling that SKR would capitulate to its detractors demands.

Yeiri Robert



Anne Hansen



Sarah Dwidar



Tony Saleh



Sara branco




I support freedom of speech and freedom of thought

Umara Chaudhry


Ali Malik





Mitzi Austero

Manila, Philippines





Mauricio Dominguez





Stop the long arm of Zionists in politics, finance and humanitarian world

Tasawar Awan



Iman Abdullah



Zille E


Michaela Wik


Israel in front of Hague!

Petra Schuster






Brynn J Morrison

Sharjah, UAE


Gabriela Siegel


Patricia J Fontes

Hopkinton RI USA


Jade Bartlett



Nina Bartlett

Boston, Massachusetts


Banu Turan

Karlsruhe Germany





Jennifer Armento


Esma Aslam



Rebecca Ruth Gould

Bristol, UK


Sofia Hassan

Milton Keynes


Ezgi Yıldız





Rachel Fleming


Terrible decisions by SKR – both on the termination of Ousman’s employment without due process, and the silence on the international crimes being committed in Gaza. SKR risks seriously undermining its own credibility.

Sara Sarwar

London, UK

The world is awaken.

Morgan Drew


I wish you all the best

Sajid Butt




Gene Moy


Abdalla Osman



Ana Brandusescu



Jonathan John



imene Ghernati



Thomas Bassey


Arcade Wise

Atlanta, GA, USA


Nathanael Gerber



Anass Koudiss

New York City


Maria Cipollone, PhD

Rehoboth Beach, DE


Ross Miglin

New York


J. Carlos Lara



Simon Landry, PhD


Subho Majumdar


Hakim Benichou


David Heeg

Arlington WA


Khurram Zaidi

New Brunswick


Shamama Khalid



Benedicte Frostad



Obaid Abdi



Sinead Almole



Darshan Sanghrajka



Taylor Crain


Safaa charafi


I’ve been fired too so good luck! It’s a badge of honour!

Faith Addicott

Portland, OR


Laura Oliveira Pereira

Brasilia, Brazil


Audrey Walstrom



Randall Newnham



Layla Solatan

San Francisco


Amir Nathoo


Linda Ruiz

San Diego


Nikita Ramsey





Gabriel pinna Feliciano

São Paulo


Lisa Hayles


Sinet Mohammed



Lina Abdulrhman

Washington, DC


Fennel Aurora



Dominik Miketa



Kay Johnson


Halima Sadia



Mohammad Keyhani



Faridha Karim


Leslie Zhang



Vivek Katial



Siara Nazir

San Francisco


Rochelle Harris



Imran Malik



Madhu Rama

Washington DC


Mena Kuchi

Oakland, Ca


Andrew Salib

Melbourne, Australia


Toni Oberto


Tahereh  Hosseini


Thank you for your support of innocents and oppressed. Please update us on linkedin

Sangita Ekka



Hussain Masood


Muhammad Khurram



Manal Siddiqui



Nick Russell

Irvine, CA


Gabrielle Hibbert


Isaac D. Tucker-Rasbury

Los Angeles


Cristóbal Rodríguez



Nader A Allan



Dilber Nurdinova



Ra’ed Arab



Douha Ead



Jean-Christophe Helary

Takamatsu (Japan)

What you are doing is right.

Moe Hay Kaung



Ali Alwahaibi

New york


Neige Gaudillat


Once again these kind of organizations demonstrate their only concern is for hypothetical harm to whiteness. When their very founding purpose is in effect, now, against millions of people, they turn a blind eye because those people are not « worthy ». Shame. Shame.



Amnesty has declared Israel an apartheid state. Any organisations or individuals that support Israel’s aggressions in Palestine are indirectly or in some cases directly complicit in apartheid. Palestinians are being denied their human rights, they are being slaughtered, men, women and children. Never again then, not one day more now.

Dr. Raazesh Sainudiin, PhD & Docent

Uppsala, Sweden

Freedom of expression is an inalienable human right




Rory Donaghy


Renstae this man now.



Heemah Ade



Ebru Goek


Kayra Hopkins


Rara Reines



Mark Sta Ana



David Hardman

London (UK)


Alessandro Ferretti



Yehiya Sinwar



Meron Estefanos

Stockholm, Sweden


Tony Montreal


Justice for all humanity

Raymond Forbes-Schieche

San Juan


Megan Moore




Peter Colban



Harpreet singh


Elizabeth Ehrenzeller

West Pittston




Kristin Bigras


Abdellah Boufroura



Akiko Oguchi



Erin Doolittle



Tracey Gyateng


I genuinely hope the actions that have been outlined in this message are taken forward by SKR. Keep up the pressure

Alexandra Carson


Beckett Edwards

Portland, OR


Yasmin ahmed



Pete Kronowitt

San Francisco


Cláudia Soares


Roy Wenborne



Sarah henderson


Lamisa Rahman


Shakirah Muhammad


Justice for the babies, for the mothers, for the children, for the brothers, fathers, grandparents, aunts and uncles, animals, and HUMANS stuck in the middle of a political and economical struggle. Free the Palestinian people today and forever.

Maritza García Castro



Steve Wright





Emenike Godfreey-Igwe


Shah Bas Khan


Ayesha Bagus

Cape Town

As a South African, I stand firmly against the apartheid laws and ethnic cleansing of the people of Palestine.

Nicole Elmasry

Lady lake, Fl


Ben Samuel


I worked with Ousman as campaigners in London and am saddened at what happened.  I have looked at the tweet and I don’t see anything wrong with it.  I would encourage you to speak with your union representatives if you experience this sort of treatment in the workplace.

Aynur B



Rasmus Münster


Free Palestine!

Helen  Evans


I have been following Osman’s story.  It’s a disgraceful conflict of interest that SKR steering committee have placed themselves in, it undermines their credibility and public trust in their work. Shame.  



Accountability and Transparency, minimum

Sulvun Surndhu





Tufail Hussain



Yousra Rahmouni


Judith Muse

Lunenburg MA





Dr. Amir Ameri



Petter Wildhagen


Thanks for sharing!!

Lea Sarabwe



Meredith Whittaker

New York City

As someone who risked my career to speak out against the development and deployment of AI-powered surveillance and targeting systems at Google, and who is now watching similar systems being used in Gaza–which according to investigative reporting are being applied to authorize and expedite unprecedented killing–I am greatly saddened by the actions of Stop Killer Robots. Firing Noor undermines the the purpose and integrity of the Stop Killer Robots organization and campaign, which is heartbreaking given that now, as such systems are being deployed to horrifying effects, is the time where we need such organizing and expert resistance the most.

Thu Nghiem

Calgary Canada


Benjamin Harbakk



Hamdy Mubarak

Benicia, California.


Renee Sieber



Yasmin A

Fishers, IN

This is great injustice that someone being fired for exercising their free speech in America! We do not live and work in a Banana Republic. Shame on SKR

Yomna Salem



Mark Gubrud


The military campaign mindset is not appropriate for an organization that claims to represent the interests of all humanity. Transparency and acceptance of input are needed.

Dalia Salem


Samantha Andrel

Philadelphia, PA


Iman Saleh


Sara O’Connell

El Cerrito


Fida Taher



Ali Raza Ahmed



Yasar Hammoudeh



Jalil allabadi



Husni Khuffash



Dima Obeidat




Rohnert park


Mich W


Look fw to an explanation!

Naila Farouky


Stop silencing voices that speak in support of Palestinian rights and be on the right side of history for the love of God!

Alice Waterman-Hale






Ahmad Abu-Shaqra

Hannover, Germany





Nisreen Mousa

Amman, Jordan

Free Palestine!

Jiyan Al Alami



Tahseen Adeeb

San Jose


Samar Dudin

Amman Jordan

Power to you and to anyone who speaks on behalf of Palestine your courage is what makes the world a better place 🙏 please you can reach out to Lamees Al Deek a lawyer based in US or to legal aid for Palestine for support .

Nada taher


Justice now

Mimi Ana

Santa Clara





Mike Sanford

Santa Clara


Abdullah Al Nsour

Al Salt



San Jose




Jindu Obiofuma, Esq.


Ruweida shakhshir


Hanan shahin

Amman, jordan


Sima kanaan





Takeshi Fukuda

Tokyo, Japan


Mayce El Kharouf


Umar Farooq Adam

Kuala Lumpur

Rehire Ousman and Free Palestine



We need peaceful life for everyone & Palestinian has the right to live in free world.

State of Palestine should be created for peaceful existence of three oldest faith.

Masaki Inaba



Sara Masafi



Monica Perez



Dr Zaina Gadema


Ayman Ayad


Kitabayashi Takehiko

Hachiouji city,Tokyo


Mai Arai



Maha Zabaneh



Yasmin F


Tom Hickey

Brighton, UK

This outrageously unfair dismissal, and absence of due process, is yet another brick in the wall of silence over Israeli atrocities that governments and corporate entities are attempting to erect. The latter will fail, and Israel’s impunity will be challenged.




Moh Haider

Milton Keynes


Jamari Mohtar


Salim khanfar



Frances Brace



Shahad AlSoudi



Amani Abu Hilal

Amman, Jordan




Subramanian Tiruchirapalli


Peace should be the focus and not war

Tamlyn Monson



Sahar Ansari



Mohammad Al Taher



Issam Alzinati


Kay Johnson


Mina Chuong

San Diego


Rebecca Williams

New York City


Duong Hoang


Takayuki Kodera



Homam Al Ansari


Aref M.Y.


Walid Shihabi



Areej Mahmoud





Rama Cont



Eisuke Naramoto

Sagamihara, Japan

I do not think that condemning the ongoing genoside in Gaza by the IDF is blameworthy, at all. 




Ehab Abdullah

Milwaukee wi


Cathy B Glenn


Mireia Rimbau


Hosian Kaldine


Scott Gruber

Arlington, VA


Ahmad Rushdi Omar



Fadlun bte hj Ab kadir



Wan Farhah

Kuala Lumpur


Cut Intan Auliannisa Isma



Laurie Adkin, Professor Emerita

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


Catherine Hume



Hala Shalan






Eben Kadile



Heidi Paredes



Inga Steen








Nor Ghazali

Kuala Lumpur


Azman Bin Kamaruddin

Kuala Lumpur

Support Ousman for telling the truth and to reinstate his current position with immediate effect.

Amin Desa


Sana Khan

New Jersey, USA

Thank you for your service to Humanity.

Yasmina Al sayeh



Dina Kasrawi

Manama, Bahrain

Free speech is protected




Dina Hayek



Shaddin Almasri



Talal Sharaiha






New York


Khaled Abdel Majeed


Shaheen Hasan

New York


Salah bustami

New York





Matt Perez Khouri

Los Gatos


Nur Arafeh



Mary Gent


Imane B



Mona El-Bayoumi

Washington D.C.





Anita wadhwa


Anna Dollbo



Sahdya Darr


I’d like it to be noted that I’m the former UK Campaign to Stop Killer Robots Coalition Coordinator.

Stephen Ballantine


Hajar Rahman

Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Do whatever we can to help the oppressed Palestinian people with your own methods and expertise

Sabah Hussain


Free Palestinian from apartheid occupation and hold Israel accountable for breaking international law on dozens of occasions, including prior to oct 7 2023.




Lauren Schultz

Long Beach


Nick Rush

Salt Lake




The Silencing Must STOP!

Sofia Surla


Oda Andersen Nyborg



Matthías Pétursson



Rania Abbas

Chevy Chase


Carlos Viteri



Mary Nazzal


Rula Jardaneh



Maha Abdallah



Brighton – UK


Huwaida Arraf

Detroit, Michigan


Eileen Weitzman


Leigha Gillespie

New York


Charlotte Kates





Beth Breisnes

British Columbia


Christopher Helali


Eric Geller



Irsak Sirajuddin

Irsak Sirajruddin


Rachel R



Aleta Toure



John West



Luci Murphy

Washington, DC


Derrick Sosa

Bay Area


Stanford McConnehey



Khizzer Majid



Haitham Mohsen



Moaz Elshebly


Mohammad MirBashiri


Miss you, Ousman! Been following your posts and supporting you all the way! Mo

Aby Sene


Hamzah Awad Hajeir

Amman – Jordan


lush horizon



Ciara Taylor



Efia Nwangaza

Greenville, SC


Mary Fahrenkrug

Evansville, IN

Stop the slaughter of Palestinians.

Garnett Achieng



Zeid Shaban



Fida khwaja



Yasser Taima


Iqra Imran

New Delhi

May justice prevail in your case Inshallah

Nancy demicheli



Mariano delli Santi




An additional 217 individuals joined the letter and elected not to be named. Their locations include:

Adelaide, Albany, Amman, Athens, Australia, Baltimore , Belgium, Antwerp, Berlin, Birmingham, Blackburn, Bonn, Boston, Brussels, Budapest, Cagliari, Calgary, Chelmsford, Cupertino, Detroit, Djibouti, Doha, Dubai, Firenze, Frankfurt, Gainesville, Gateshead, Geneva, Hamburg, Harvard Massachusetts, Houston, Johns Creek, Jordan, Kansas, Knoxville, Kuala Lumpur, Las Vegas, Lausanne, London, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Minneapolis, Mississauga, Munich, New York, Norwich, Odense, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Poitiers, Portland, Riyadh, Rockaway, Rockville, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, San Jose, Sarajevo, Silver Spring, Singapore, Slagelse, Sweden, Sydney, Tampa, Torino, Toronto, Tunis, UAE, UK, Untersiggenthal, Vancouver, Warsaw, Washington DC, Windsor, Yemen.

Their comments are as follows:

I support this open letter

Freedom of expression is more important than ever.

Justice for Palestine

Ceasefire Now

Submissions were sent to the International Criminal Court documenting the current war crimes in Gaza.
So, Be on the right side of history.

We don’t need humanitarian organizations that repeat the same official narrative we see in governments and mass media. We need ONGs that are really supporting imperialism under the excuse of Human Rights to disappear. The double standard we see when crimes or just violent actions, or just political movements, by a Western enemy compared to the narrative when is an ally or a Western country committing crimes… it’s so evident for the people with a brain, so make as a favour and stop selling this genocidal propaganda as humanitarian

Ceasefire now

Zionism is racism.

Shame on an organization for the public to fire someone over speaking up for the oppressed! Oh wait, maybe you are the oppressors?!!!

I am surprised, and ashamed, considering your overall stated aims, that you do not emphatically call for a ceasefire to the genocide being carried out by Israel in Palestine.

Where is your humanity. There’s a genocide taking place

Total biased organisation

#ceasefirenow  ;  it is simple and the right thing to do

We demand justice!

Free Palestine

Stop the genocide against Palestinians!

End the genocide

Free Palestine

Anti Hypocrisy, Equal rights every human in this earth.

This is absurd!

Thank you for standing up for justice

Free Palestine!!

Fully support Usman.

What a hypocritical organization, Israel should be the main objective of its campaign, the state that most violates human rights, the one that uses non-conventional and new weapons in what is called the Palestinian laboratory.

I have not been historically aware of the organization Stop Killer robots or Ousman Noor. But I follow Timnit Gebru and trust that she shares accurate information online. Therefore I’ve taken a few minutes to educate myself this morning on Ousman’s dismissal and am therefore signing in support.

Good luck!

Thank you for standing up for yourself, your rights and the Gazans. God bless.


security & privacy

The Responsible AI Community in Solidarity with Gaza and the Palestinian People

The Responsible AI Community in Solidarity with Gaza and the Palestinian People

As members of the Responsible AI Community, we believe that technology can serve and uplift society, but only if we are attentive to the harms and devastating impacts emergent from its development and use. We recognize the role of technology deepening and advancing discrimination, oppression, and state violence everywhere.

For these reasons, and from our full commitment to fundamental human rights, we unreservedly condemn the Israeli state’s latest violence against the Palestinian people in Gaza and the West Bank. As a community of Responsible AI practitioners, researchers, and advocates, we also condemn the use of AI-driven technologies for warmaking, in which the aim is to make the loss of human life more efficient, and the instances in which anti-Palestinian biases are perpetuated throughout AI-enabled systems.

History did not start on October 7th, 2023, but the current crisis reflects the horrific scale and extent of violence enabled by the use of AI-driven technologies. In May 2021, Israel’s army launched what it called the world’s first “AI war” against the people of Gaza. Unit 8200 of the Israeli intelligence agency has been at the forefront of using undisclosed algorithms for military targeting within the occupied territories. In July 2023, Bloomberg reported the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) further embedded AI into lethal operations to “select targets for air strikes and organize wartime logistics,” including the use of an AI recommendation system to select aerial targets. The Israeli government’s use of AI-driven technology has led to strikes against over 11,000 targets in Gaza since the latest conflict started on October 7, 2023.

The Israeli technological-military complex predates the use of AI. It is underpinned by the intrusive biometric and surveillance technologies that laid the groundwork for exponential and expedited dehumanization of Palestinians that we see today. The NSO Group, developer of the Pegasus cyberwarfare software, has been found on the phones of human rights defenders worldwide. Moreover, facial recognition technology restricts freedom of movement across checkpoints, and tools like Smart Shooter automate killing by adding AI to automatic weapons at those checkpoints. These are the very technologies purchased and deployed by law enforcement forces elsewhere in the world to police marginalized and oppressed communities.

Beyond weaponry, algorithmic systems reify and exacerbate the dehumanization of Palestinians. Seemingly innocuous technologies have been weaponized against Palestinians. Recently, Meta’s tools translated Arabic Instagram biographies from “Palestinian, alhumduallah [Praise be to God]” to “Praise be to God, Palestinian terrorists are fighting for their freedom.” Meta-owned WhatsApp created AI-generated images of brown boys with guns when given the prompt “Palestinian.” And years ago, a Palestinian man was arrested at a border checkpoint when Facebook translated his profile message of “Good morning” to “Attack them.” These moments uncover how Islamophobic and xenophobic biases are embedded in the very design of our tech-facilitated media ecosystem.

Now, this decades long, tech-enabled apartheid and occupation of the Palestinian people has culminated in a “complete siege” of Gaza – the densely populated home to 2.1 million residents, of which 1.7 million are refugees, and half of whom are newborns and children. As reiterated by genocide scholars and human rights experts, this siege, bombardment and forced expulsion is tantamount to a genocide of the Palestinian people. To date (November 13, 2023), 11,078 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed, of whom 64% are estimated to be women and children.

As members of the Responsible AI community, we must reckon with the use of AI technology to commit such scales of violence and death that we are witnessing being carried out against Palestinians. We call on our community to demand that Western governments, international bodies such as the UN, and other actors who have influence in the international community push the Israeli government for an immediate ceasefire.

We also call on the technology companies we work with, and for, to:

  • Withdraw technology support to the Israeli government and cease defense contracts with the Israeli government and military;
  • Protect their employees, such as those at Google and Amazon who have called for an end to Project Nimbus and bravely demanded a ceasefire, from retribution and harassment; and,
  • Stop the direct, and passive, automated censorship of content revealing the plights of Gazans and Palestinians on social media platforms such as X/Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, as these recordings and posts are one of the few ways we are able to support Gazans and Palestinians from near and far.

And finally, we call on all of our colleagues within the AI and tech sectors to stand in solidarity with Palestinians and call for an end to their siege, bombardement and occupation.

Click here to become a signatory.

The letter will be updated with signatories once a day.

Listed in alphabetical order by first name. Affiliations provided for identification purposes only.

  • Aaliya Briggs
  • Abdel Aziz al-Rantisi, Empirical AI Research, Alexandria University
  • Abeer Mukhemir, Software Engineer
  • Abu Salah Taha, Gender Bias Researcher, Qatar University
  • Afroditi Sakellaropoulou, MPhil University of Cambridge
  • Afsaneh Rigot – Founder, De|Center
  • Ahmed Mohamed, QMUL, UK
  • Ahmed Yassin, Researcher, Al-Azhar University, Cairo
  • Aidan Brooks
  • Al-Hussein Abutaleb, PhD Student at the People-Centred AI Institute, University of Surrey
  • Alejandro Mayoral-Baños, Executive Director and Founder, Indigenous Friends Association
  • Alessandra Renzi, Associate Professor, Concordia University, Montreal
  • Alex Hanna, Director of Research, DAIR
  • Alexandra Mateescu (Researcher, Data & Society)
  • Alexandre Costa Barbosa, member, Homeless Workers Movement
  • Ali Abdul Rahim, University of Rochester
  • Ali Alkhatib
  • Amba Kak, Executive Director, AI Now Institute
  • Amrita Panesar, Data Scientist, Education First
  • Ana Brandusescu, PhD Candidate, McGill University
  • Anam Zahid, Teaching Fellow, Information technology university of the punjab, Pakistan
  • Aniobi Stanley Tobias (SAT)
  • Anoush Najarian, Engineering Manager and Director, Board of Directors of CMG
  • Aristides Milios, M.Sc. student, McGill University/Mila
  • Arzu Geybulla, Azerbaijan Internet Watch
  • Asem Alaa, PhD Student, Imperial College London
  • Ayah Soufan, PhD Researcher, University of Strathclyde
  • B.V. Alaka
  • Bhaskar Mitra, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research
  • Bilawal Hameed, Senior Software Engineer at Spotify
  • Brendan Newlon, Ph.D.
  • Brian Keegan, Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Brian Ng, Software Engineer
  • Brigitte Tousignant, Comms Lead, Hugging Face
  • Britney Muller, Founder and Executive Director, Data Sci 101
  • Bruno Moreschi, Early-career fellow, Collegium Helveticum, Zurich
  • Caitlin Doyle | Technical Program Manager | Great Place To Work
  • Caleb Moses, PhD Candidate, McGill University/Mila
  • Carlos Barreneche, Associate Professor, Universidad Javeriana
  • Chadapohn Chaosrikul
  • Cindy Lin, Data Product Manager, Cindy Lin Consulting and LA Tech4Good
  • Claudio Agosti, platform auditor and activist; Hermes Center, Reversing.Works, and AI Forensics
  • Dalia Hamouda, AI Product Owner
  • Damini Satija, Deputy Programme Director, Amnesty Tech
  • Daniel Whelan-Shamy | PhD Student at the Digital Media Research Centre Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
  • Daniele Metilli, University College London
  • Davor Petreski, Researcher, University of Melbourne
  • Dima Samaro, Tech & human rights Researcher
  • Dina Mikdadi
  • Divij Joshi, Doctoral Researcher
  • Donatella Della Ratta Associate Professor of Communications and Media Studies John Cabot University Rome
  • Dorothy R. Santos, Visiting Assistant Professor, UC Santa Cruz
  • Dr Abdul Karim Obeid, Data Engineer and Early Career Researcher at the Queensland University Of Technology node of the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making & Society
  • Dr Abeba Birhane, Mozilla Foundation
  • Dr Ana Valdivia, Lecturer in AI, Government & Policy at the Oxford Internet Institute (University of Oxford)
  • Dr Iman Saleh, Data Scientist
  • Dr J. Rosenbaum
  • Dr Jessa Rogers
  • Dr Kerry McInerney, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
  • Dr Nakeema Stefflbauer, Founder and CEO, FrauenLoop
  • Dr Rebekah Cupitt, Birkbeck, University of London
  • Dr Syed Mustafa Ali, Lecturer in Computing, The Open University, UK
  • Dr Zahra Stardust, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
  • Dr. Gregory Gondwe, California State University – San Bernardino
  • Dr. Lena El-Malak, Independent Data Privacy Lawyer
  • Dr. Milagros Miceli, DAIR
  • Dr. Sasha Costanza-Chock, Associate Professor, Northeastern University
  • Dr. Timnit Gebru, Founder & Executive Director of The Distributed AI Research Institute (DAIR)
  • Dr. Tony Roberts, Digital Research Fellow, University of Sussex
  • Edgar Navarro
  • Edwina Hughes, Coordinator, Stop Killer Robots Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign
  • Ehsan Dehghan, QUT
  • Emily Keddell, Associate Professor, University of Otago
  • Emily M. Bender
  • Eric Pence, Masters student, MIT 21/22
  • Esra’a Al Shafei
  • Esraa Ali, Personalization and Recommender Systems, DCU, Ireland
  • Essam al-Da’alis, Researcher, AI4Palestine
  • Ezequiel Vijande, PhD student at UTN in Argentina
  • Fabiola Hanna, Assistant Professor of Emerging Media, The New School
  • Farya Hussain – Software/ML Engineer
  • Fawzia Zehra Kara-Isitt, Intelligent Data Analysis Group, Brunel University
  • Fernanda Bruno, Full Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Fenwick McKelvey, Associate Professor, Concordia University
  • Frida Kiriakos, Mozilla
  • Gabriel Hope, Visiting Assistant Professor Harvey Mudd College
  • Genoveva Vargas-Solar, Principal Scientist. Signing as individual
  • Gisela Luján, director, Perú por el Desarme
  • Hailey Froese, Mozilla Foundation
  • Hanan Elmasu, Director, Mozilla Foundation
  • Hassan Yousef, AI Researcher, Qatar university
  • Hira Sheikh, PhD Candidate, Queensland University of Technology
  • Htaike Htaike Aung, Director, Myanmar Internet Project
  • Ilaria Fevola, Legal Officer, ARTICLE 19
  • Iqbal, Software Architect
  • J. Carlos Lara, Director, Derechos Digitales
  • Jac sm Kee, Co-founder, Numun Fund
  • Jackie Kay, Research Engineer, Deepmind
  • Jamie Hancock
  • Jamila Bradley, Principal, Hourglass Collaborative
  • Javad Hashemi, Data Scientist, Stitch Fix
  • Jeff Doctor, Impact Strategist, Animikii Indigenous Technology
  • Jeni Tennison, Executive Director, Connected by Data
  • Jessica de Souza
  • Joana Varon, Founder and Executive Directress at Coding Rights
  • Jonathan Moore, Principal at The Third Revolution
  • Jonathan Sterne, Professor, McGill University
  • Judith Rweyemamu
  • Julia Dressel
  • Julia Keseru
  • Julia Moreno Perri, Tech Consultant and Trainer
  • Julio Gaitán, Profesor, Universidad del Rosario
  • Junaid Qadir, Professor, Qatar University
  • Justyna Nowak, Mozilla Foundation
  • K Chmielinski
  • Kagami Rosylight, Mozilla Corporation
  • Kai Ninomiya, Software Engineer, Google
  • Karen Borchgrevink, Founder and Executive Director, LA Tech4 Good
  • Kate Sim, PhD, Oxford Internet Institute
  • Katherine Zhou, student @ University of Cambridge
  • Kathryn Henne, The Australian National University
  • Katya Abazajian
  • Khaled Mashal, Senior Research Manager, Kuwait University
  • Kimberley Paradis
  • Krystal Kauffman, Research Fellow, DAIR Institute
  • Laura Vodden, Data Scientist, QUT Digital Media Research Centre
  • Léa Yammine, Co-Director, the CeSSRA
  • Lindsay Weinberg, Clinical Assistant Professor, Purdue University
  • Liz B. Marquis, PhD Candidate at UMSI and UXR at MathWorks
  • Lori Regattieri, former Senior Fellow Trustworthy AI at Mozilla Foundation
  • Lujain Ibrahim, PhD student, Oxford Internet Institute
  • Marah Ramadan, MSc Student, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
  • Marc Faddoul, Director, AI Forensics
  • Maream Abudoleh, master AI student, Istanbul Aydin University
  • Margarita Ochoa, PhD candidate, Queensland University of Technology
  • Maria Eugenia Villarreal, ECPAT/SEHLAC
  • Mariah Mendoza, Program Coordinator for Belonging, Equity, and Inclusion, Purdue University
  • Mariam Ali Issa, PhD Student, UC Irvine
  • Marius, Student, Stockholm School of Economics
  • Mark Dempsey, EU Senior Advocacy Officer, ARTICLE 19
  • Marlena Wisniak, human rights lawyer
  • Megan Bull, Software Engineer, Perceptronics Solutions Inc.
  • Michael Blake – Director, The Francis Dinh Blake Foundation
  • Michael Madaio, Research Scientist, Google Research
  • Michelle Lin, Mila – Quebec AI Institute, McGill University
  • Moe Fayez, Software Engineer
  • Mrs. Majd ismail
  • Muawiz Chaudhary, Masters, Mila
  • Nabil Alshurafa, Dr., Medical and Computing Researcher
  • Nagla Rizk, Professor, The American University in Cairo
  • Nahema Marchal, Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
  • Naomi Barnes, Dr. QUT
  • Nari Johnson, PhD Student, CMU
  • Natalie Kerby, Researcher, AI Forensics
  • Nathan Freitas, Director, Guardian Project
  • Nathan Kim, PhD student, University of Michigan School of Information
  • Neil Ballantyne, Doctoral Candidate, University of Otago, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Nika Mahnic, PhD candidate, Queen Mary University of London
  • Nikhil Dharmaraj, MPhil in Ethics of AI, University of Cambridge
  • Nina J. Sangma, Communications Programme Coordinator, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact
  • Nishant Subramani, PhD student at CMU
  • Paola Ricaurte, Feminist AI Research Network
  • Petra Molnar, Faculty Associate, Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University
  • Peyrin Kao, Lecturer, UC Berkeley
  • Phillip Kieval, University of Cambridge
  • Prateek Waghre, Executive Director, Internet Freedom Foundation
  • Prathibha Chandra
  • Pratyusha Ria Kalluri, PhD, Stanford
  • Prima Shariff
  • Professor Marcus Foth, QUT
  • Pyrou Chung, Director, Open Development Initiative
  • Rabab Benrabah, Sales Executive. IBM
  • Rachel Coldicutt, Executive Director, Careful Trouble
  • Ramak Molavi Vasse’i, Digital Rights Advocate, The Law Technologist
  • Rayya El Zein, Director of Partnerships, Code for Science & Society
  • Reem Suleiman, Oakland Privacy Advisory Commissioner, Mozilla Foundation
  • Renata Avila, Human Rights Lawyer
  • Reshem Khan, AI Ethics Lead, non-profit/public
  • Riccardo Angius, Researcher, AI Forensics
  • Rida Qadri, Research Scientist, Google
  • Riham Samaneh
  • Robin Netzorg, PhD Student, UC Berkeley
  • Robin Vanderborght, PhD researcher, University of Antwerp
  • Ruth, Stanford University
  • Ryan Burns, Associate Professor, University of Calgary
  • Salah al-Arouri, Director, Hebron University
  • Salah al-Bardawil, Research Manager, Cairo University
  • Salvatore Romano, AI Forensics
  • Samer Hassan, Associate Professor / Faculty Associate, Universidad Complutense de Madrid / Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University
  • Sandra, Stanford University
  • Sara Marcucci, The GovLab
  • Sarah Ahmed, Technical Writer, Salesforce
  • Sarah Chander
  • Sarah Grant, MA Student, Concordia University
  • Sarah Myers West, Managing Director, AI Now Institute
  • Shahed Warreth
  • Shreya Chowdhary, PhD Student, University of Michigan School of Information
  • Shuvi Jha, CS student at Stanford
  • Simone Brugiapaglia, Assistant Professor, Concordia University
  • Soizic Pénicaud
  • Stefanie Felsberger, University of Cambridge
  • Syed Ahtesham Ul Haq, Data Analyst
  • Tamara Vukov, Associate Professor, Université de Montréal
  • Tarcizio Siva, Researcher, Desvelar
  • Tess Buckley, AI Ethics and Literacy Advisor, HumansForAI
  • Tiffiniy Cheng, Cofounder Fight for the Future
  • Tim Davies, Research Director, Connected by Data
  • Tim O’Gorman, Senior Research Scientist, Thorn
  • Tina M. Park, Ph.D., Partnership on AI
  • Tomás Dodds, Assistant Professor, Leiden University
  • Trisha Suri, cofounder at stealth startup, Carnegie Mellon alum, human
  • Txetxu Ausin, AI ethics researcher, CSIC (Spain)
  • Ulises Mejias, Professor, SUNY Oswego
  • Usman Anwar, PhD Student, University of Cambridge
  • Vahid Razavi, Founder NoEthicsInBigTech.com
  • Vidushi Marda, Co-Executive Director, REAL ML
  • Vikas Dhiman, Assistant Professor, University of Maine
  • Wanda Muñoz, Feminist AI Research Network
  • Warren Armstrong, Social Impact Technologist / Director, Little Owl
  • Xiaowei R. Wang, PhD, UCLA Center on Race and Digital Justice
  • Xue Ying Tan, Software Engineer, QUT
  • Yahya Sinwar, Research Scientist, Islamic University of Gaza
  • Yomna Elsayed, Researcher
  • Zee Fryer, Senior Data Engineer

Harmony for Humanity: Uniting for Peace on Hiroshima Day

Sunday, August 6, 2023

Starts on  6 PM, Pacific

Are you ready to attend?

Harmony for Humanity:
Uniting for Peace on Hiroshima Day


About This Event

This unique gathering brings together a diverse lineup of talent, including five hilarious comedians, four inspiring speakers and a captivating musician, all driven by a shared commitment to promote world peace.

Through laughter, thought-provoking discussions and soul-stirring melodies, this event aims to create a space where the power of humor, ideas, and music converge to facilitate important conversatios surrounding nuclear disarmament and the preservation of human rights. Together we will explore the impact of Hiroshima bombing and its lasting consequences on both the survivors and the world at large.

Our incredible comedians will infuse the evening with laughter, using their witty and insightful humor to shed light on serious topics, break down barriers, and encourage meaningful dialogue. They will remind us that even in the face of adversity, laughter can be a catalyst for change and essential tool for healing.

Date and time

Sunday, August 6, 2023
Starts on 6PM , Pacific



Will Durst

Acknowledged by peers and press alike as one of the premier political satirists in the country, Will Durst has patched together a comedy quilt of a career, weaving together columns, books, radio and television commentaries, acting, voice-overs, and most especially, stand up comedy, into a hilarious patchwork of outraged and outrageous common sense. His abiding motto is, "You can't make stuff up like this." The New York Times calls him "possibly the best political comic in the country." Fox News agrees "he's a great political satirist," while the Oregonian hails him as a "hilarious stand-up journalist.

Chloe McGovern

has performed at major clubs throughout New York City and the country, including The Comedy Cellar Underground, The Stand, Gotham Comedy Club, Caroline's, The Hollywood Improv, and The Laugh Factory, among others.

Franchesca Fiorentini

Correspondent and stand-up comedian. Host of Newsbroke and The Bitchuation Room Podcast.

Annette Mullaney

is a San Francisco-based comic who's performed all over the country, from SF Sketchfest and Austin's Out of Bounds Festival to the Detroit Women of Comedy Festival, and recently opened for Third Eye Blind. Originally from Michigan, she lived in Syria for several years and has been a software engineer, translator, and writer for a magazine that she now realizes was a money-laundering front for the cousin of a dictator.



Helen Jaccard

has been crew, public speaker and the Project Manager of the Veterans For Peace "Golden Rule" sailboat and Project since 2015. She is also a member of Women's International League for Peace & Freedom. Helen is an author and activist, educating the b public about the environmental and cultural impacts of war, militarism and the nuclear industry.

Dr. Dorsey Blake

serves as Presiding Minister of The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples and Faculty Associate at the Pacific School of Religion. He is also a member of the Coordination Committee of the National Committee of Elders.

Norman Solomon

is an American journalist, media critic, antiwar activist, and former U.S. congressional candidate. Solomon is a longtime associate of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR). In 1997 he founded the Institute for Public Accuracy, which works to provide alternative sources for journalists, and serves as its executive director. Solomon's weekly column, "Media Beat", was in national syndication from 1992 to 2009.

Brett Wilkins

is a San Francisco-based writer and activist whose work focuses on issues of war and peace, and human rights. He is a staff writer at Common Dreams and a member of the international socialist writers' group Collective 20.

Mr. Takashi Tanemori

Takashi Thomas Tanemori was born in December 1937, in Hiroshima Japan. His father taught him, as the first born son, the Samurai Code, to guide him during many years of searching. After surviving the bombing of Hiroshima, less than a mile from ground zero, losing his parents, and living with relatives, he emigrated to the the Central Valley of California as a teenager. Through a series of events, he learned English, graduated from Baptist Seminary in Minnesota, married and had 3 children. Along with authoring his life story in “Hiroshima: Bridge to Forgiveness” he has become a speaker for school, university, and spiritual multi-faith gatherings to share his story of Peace through Forgiveness.


José is the Community Manager at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In 1990, he experienced United States war from the other side, visiting his family in Panamá while it was under US occupation. He has organized against war and militarism ever since. At EFF, he has worked on teams focused on police, carceral, and border technologies.


Mike Rufo's

songs and poems arc across the waves of life. His music is gripping and eclectic, reflecting his impassioned engagement with the world. Mike's musical language builds upon powerful lyrics, soaring vocals, driving rhythms, and melodic riffs that explore emotional depths and transformation. He also mixes things up with a knack for well-conceived parody, with a dash of political punch, like his popular singles Hit the Road, Trump! and Spyin' Eyes.

Host and Panel Discussions

Vahid Razavi

Vahid Razavi Founded Ethics In Technology 10 years ago and is now the Founder of No Ethics In Big Tech, is the author of two books, The Age of Nepotism and Ethics in Tech and Lack Thereof. As a lifelong activist and humanitarian, he has produced hundreds of videos on various social issues, including Ethics In Technology, Silicon Valley, regional politics, poverty, war, and social injustice. This event is not financed, endorsed or supported in any way by any government, for-profit, or nonprofit corporation. It is 100% grassroots and supported by attendees.



No Ethics In Big Tech, NSA Comedy.

Saturday, May 20, 2023,

Starts on  6:00 PM , Pacific 

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No Ethics In Big Tech, NSA Comedy.

National Security Agency, NSA, and No Ethics In Big Tech Comedy Night!

About This Event

Hey there, folks. Are you ready for a night of fun, education, and controversy? We’ve got just the event for you: the No Ethics in Big Tech and NSA Comedy Night!

Featuring some of the most insightful comedians around, Will Durst, Mean Dave, Chloe McGovern, and Alicia Dattner will be sure to get you laughing and thinking about the intersection of surveillance, technology, and society. Accompanied by talented musician Mike Rufo, this evening promises to be a great mix of entertainment and education.

The stars of the evening are the speakers from No Ethics in Big Tech, Austin Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as the Media Alliance, Veterans for Peace, Common Dreams, Google, and Electronic Frontier Foundation. These experts will discuss the ethical implications of technology, the latest developments in the tech world, and the importance of a free and independent press in the age of algorithmic news feeds.

But don’t worry, this event won’t be all serious talk. We’re bringing humor and irreverence to this important topic. So come join us for a night of laughs and deep thoughts.

Mark your calendars, folks. This event is going to be a night to remember. We’ll see you there!

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Date and time

Saturday, May 20, 2023
Starts on  6:00 PM , Pacific




Ian Mooney

is a graduate worker and researcher at the University of Kentucky exploring the relationship between Anarchy, Democracy, and Abolition. Additionally, they organize with the Veterans for Peace, The Democratic Socialists of America, the Kentucky Poor People's Campaign, and the University of Kentucky Red/Black Alliance

Rev Allen

Rev. Martin Todd Allen is an Associate Minister at the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples. Previously, Rev. Allen worked as a prison, hospital and military Chaplain and currently works as a hospice chaplain in the South Bay. In addition, he serves on the board of directors of The Human Agenda.

Tracy Rosenberg

has worked as Media Alliance's Executive Director since 2007. She has organized and advocated for a free, accountable, and accessible media system, focusing on the protection and sustainability of alternative media outlets, monitored the mainstream media for accuracy and fair representation, and facilitated the training of numerous nonprofit organizations and citizen's groups in effective communications.

Brett Wilkins

is a San Francisco-based writer and activist whose work focuses on issues of war and peace, and human rights. He is a staff writer at Common Dreams and a member of the international socialist writers' group Collective 20.

Kevin Welch

is the president of EFF-Austin, a digital civil liberties organization founded alongside the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and continues to be a member of their Electronic Frontier Alliance (EFA). At EFF-Austin, he leads their push to educate the public and politicians about important legal and cultural issues confronting society in emerging technological spaces. He has spoken at diverse venues on these topics including at SXSW and at State Department. He is a Caltech graduate with degrees in Bioengineering and English.

Matthew Guariglia

is a policy analyst working on issues of surveillance and policing at the local, state, and federal levels. He received a PhD in history at the University of Connecticut, where his research focused on the intersection of race, immigration, U.S. imperialism, and policing in New York City. He is the co-editor of The Essential Kerner Commission Report (Liveright, 2021), and his book Police in the Empire City is forthcoming from Duke University Press.


Vahid Razavi

Vahid Razavi Founded Ethics In Technology 10 years ago and is now the Founder of No Ethics In Big Tech, is the author of two books, The Age of Nepotism and Ethics in Tech and Lack Thereof. As a lifelong activist and humanitarian, he has produced hundreds of videos on various social issues, including Ethics In Technology, Silicon Valley, regional politics, poverty, war, and social injustice. This event is not financed, endorsed or supported in any way by any government, for-profit, or nonprofit corporation. It is 100% grassroots and supported by attendees.


Human Rights Day! Event by Ethics In Technology and Vahid Razavi

Ethics in Technology will discuss women’s rights in Iran, the war in Ukraine, digital rights and rights of disabled at this event.

Date and time



Every year on December 10th, people across all nations, from all different backgrounds, religions, creeds, and orientations, come together to celebrate, commemorate, and remember the day the United Nations General Assembly implemented the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Originally ratified on December 10th, 1948, the UDHR is the most translated document in the world. It is the first official landmark of its time documenting the inalienable rights which everyone is inherently entitled to as a human being “regardless of race, color, religion, sex, language, political opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or another status.

We at EthicsInTech.com believe that every human being is entitled to the inalienable rights described by our founding forefathers and that every human being has a voice – and a choice to stand up and speak up for what they believe in. We understand that our world does not receive redemption nor judgment for the acts of only a few people. It takes the heart, soul, and action of every individual to build and form a nation. It is only after we educate and boost the well-being of all countries that we will be able to come together to form a better world.

At EthicsinTech.com, we believe that technology has the power to do amazing things. Technology gives us more power to do, act, and promote social justice and change. We believe that with this immense power of Big Tech comes immense responsibility – to use this new instrument ethically, humanely, and responsibly to improve the lives of ALL human beings versus just an elite few.

One of the most severe, widespread human rights violations that still exist today is digital censorship, digital rights, women’s rights, and the right of the disabled. Whether we are reviewing cases of imprisonment, violence, or social inequity in the workplace, multiple studies have shown us that our society still has a long way to go to support, raise awareness and promote digital rights, women’s rights, and human rights.

On December 10th, EthicsInTech.com will host a special event to present the inhumanity faced by digital rights and civil liberty activists from around the world. We will host a panel of speakers, activists, and technology leaders to hear their journeys, perspectives, and wisdom on how to do better to promote equal digital rights with dignity and respect for all.

Sales & Marketing

Launching Your Product in the US? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you’re a company looking to launch your product in the United States, you need to be aware of the specific challenges and opportunities that come with doing so. The US market is complex, and there are several things you need to consider if you want to be successful. This blog post will discuss some of the most important factors to consider when launching your product in the US.

We need to acknowledge that the US market and North America as a whole is a vast territories. You are covering 4700 kilometers and a 5-hour time zone difference. If you plan on in-person meetings and events, you will spend much of your time traveling between various cities. For your launch, you should budget the cost and time spent on travel. Business deals are not often done in one meeting; it takes time to close deals and win opportunities.

Just because you hired an agency or a small sales team, it does not guarantee success. You need to create market awareness and do demand generation campaigns. There are many ways to generate demand: trade shows, webinars, content marketing, and social media. It would be best if you also considered hiring a BizCloud to get your product in front of the right people.

When launching your product in the US, you must be mindful of the various state regulations. Depending on what industry you are in, there are different compliance issues that you need to be aware of. For example, in the healthcare industry, you must comply with HIPAA. You must comply with employment laws and data privacy regulations in California and other states.

You must also be mindful of cultural differences when launching your product in the US. What may be considered normal or polite in your home country may not be viewed the same way in the US.

Marketing and sales are not the only factors to a successful launch. It would help if you considered how your product will be used in this market. What type of language or product changes must be made. For example, if you are launching a product in the US that requires measurements in metric, you will need to make sure your product can be easily converted to imperial.

Having proper translation of your SaaS solution with documentation for help and support is important. Do not launch a product haphazerdly without the ability to service your new found customers. If your product is targeted towards a global audience, it is important to consider how you will localize your product for the US market. This may involve changing some of the language used in your product, as well as providing documentation and support in English.

How will you handle the technology infrustructure for your SaaS business? Will you use Amazon, Google or Microsoft infrastructure or setup dedicated servers?

You should also consult with an accountant or attorney familiar with US business law to ensure that you take all the necessary steps to launch your product legally and compliantly in the US.

Finally, you will need to consider the logistics of launching your product in the US. This may involve setting up a US-based company, warehouse, and distribution and channel partners. Are you looking to raise capital in the US? Will you be seeking venture funding for your products? Where should the company headquarters be based from and why?

At BizCloud we have the experince and know how to help you with a successful North America launch. We would be happy to discuss your product launch needs and how we can assist you. Thank you for considering BizCloud for your product offerings.

Sales & Marketing

BizCloud Business Transformation: Sales and Marketing Efforts

Are you looking for ways to improve your sales and marketing efforts? If so, you need to check out BizCloud! BizCloud is a business transformation company that can help you achieve success like never before. With BizCloud, you can streamline your sales and marketing processes, optimize your operations, and much more. Plus, BizCloud Advisors are available to help you get the most out of powerful technology. Contact us today to learn more about how BizCloud can help your business!

If you want to take your business to the next level, then you need to consider BizCloud. BizCloud can help you streamline your sales and marketing efforts, optimize your operations, and more. Plus, with BizCloud Advisors, you will have access to experts who can help you get the most out of the powerful technology of cloud computing. Contact us today to get started on your business transformation with BizCloud! Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity for Business Transformation – BizCloud is the way to go! You can finally succeed in your sales and marketing efforts by utilizing BizCloud’s many features. The BizCloud Advisors are always available to help you make the most of this technology. Contact us today to get started on your Business Transformation with BizCloud! There’s no time to waste – this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for!

Are you ready for business transformation? BizCloud can help you take your sales and marketing to the next level. Contact us today!