- Is the rate of attaining a STEM degree or skillset keeping up with the evolving needs of society?
- Will advancements in automation and artificial intelligence reduce the demand for STEM workers?
- What policies should be considered to increase a nation’s competitiveness, in the age of artificial intelligence and automation?
Dr. Conrad Tucker, an associate professor of computer science and engineering at the Pennsylvania State University, and a science and policy fellow in the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, showcased his current research project, Technology Phobia Readiness Condition (TEPHCON), during the second international InfoSymbiotics/DDDAS conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Through an investigation of this link between corruption and international security, it was found that online good governance initiatives in the West have also been implemented in fragile states and in the developing world. However, it may be too soon to determine whether government transparency technology can score decisive victories against corruption.