Risks of AI to the Stability of the International System

The development and deployment of AI technologies may pose several risks to the stability of the international system, ranging from economic disruption to military conflict. One of the most significant risks associated with AI is its potential to exacerbate existing economic inequalities and disrupt international markets. AI has the potential to automate jobs across aContinue reading “Risks of AI to the Stability of the International System”

Macropolitical and Macroeconomic Implications of Artificial Intelligence

As the development and deployment of AI systems becomes increasingly important in international relations, geopolitics, and competition between nations, it is crucial to reflect on some of the ways in which artificial intelligence can impact macropolitical and macroeconomic structures. On the macropolitical front, AI can have implications for issues such as national security, human rights,Continue reading “Macropolitical and Macroeconomic Implications of Artificial Intelligence”

The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence

The development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) has significant implications for the global political landscape. As AI becomes increasingly prevalent in society, it’s essential to understand the geopolitical factors that are shaping its development and deployment. One of the key geopolitical considerations with AI is the competition between nations for technological dominance. Countries likeContinue reading “The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence”

Upcoming hearings: US policy on Science, Space and Technology

July 26 | Until August 22: The European Parliament is in recess over the summer holidays from 26 July to 22 August 2021. July 27 | 10:00 AM EDT: US House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology hosts a markup meeting for the NIST Reauthorization Act of 2021; the National Security and TechnologyContinue reading “Upcoming hearings: US policy on Science, Space and Technology”

Upcoming hearings: EU Foreign Policy, Facial Recognition and Digital Identify

Tuesday July 13 2021 10:00 EDT, US Congress. Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security. Facial recognition technology use by law enforcement. Details Wednesday July 14 2021 9:00 – 18:45 CEST. EU Parliament. Committee on Foreign Affairs. EU foreign policy towards US, Russia and China. Details Thursday July 15 2021 9:00 – 12:00 CEST. EUContinue reading “Upcoming hearings: EU Foreign Policy, Facial Recognition and Digital Identify”