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What many know is that big data and artificial intelligence (AI) already find application in many aspects of our everyday lives - from Google searches to Amazon recommendations to Siri’s responses.
What fewer people imagine is how AI, and machine learning especially, are being used as predictive tools in criminal justice and law enforcement settings, to advise judges on sentencing and organize police patrolling.
What everybody can only wonder is how algorithms may come to affect decision-making in war, particularly on matters such as detention, patrolling, and targeting in armed conflict, as well as on the resort to force in international relations. If
The Reality Checks aim to critically assess if current norms fit contemporary and future security challenges, how international commitments can effectively be implemented, and how new international law can successfully be shaped.
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Eric Weinstein: Revolutionary Ideas in Science, Math, and Society | Artificial Intelligence Podcast
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Doha Debates: Artificial Intelligence
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Starr Forum: Artificial Intelligence and National Security Law: A Dangerous Nonchalance
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Goedele Sibbens, JRC scientist - Nuclear Data
The Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's in-house science service, presents its Faces of Science series - showcasing the human face of the ...
Globalization — the Economics Work, the Politics Do Not
Globalization has created a true global middle class, brought millions out of poverty, reduced the price of goods, and created remarkable economic benefits.
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Deep Dive: How Big of a Threat is Terrorism to World Order?
With non-state actors are capturing not only the headlines but the resources of government, the question of whether the U.S. and other governments have the ...
Maciej Ceglowski - Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People (Keynote)
Talk given at WebCamp Zagreb 2016.