Issue BriefJul 28, 2022
Principles to practice: Using ethical spectrums to guide decision-making
By Steven Tiell and Lara Pesce Ares
There is widespread awareness among researchers, companies, policy makers, and the public that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data raises challenges involving justice, privacy, autonomy, transparency, and accountability.
UkraineAlertJul 27, 2022
Ukraine’s tech excellence is playing a vital role in the war against Russia
By Valeriya Ionan
Ukraine's tech sector excellence is playing a key role in the war against Russia by providing rapid solutions to frontline challenges in ways that the more traditional top-down Russian military simply cannot match.
In-Depth Research & ReportsJul 12, 2022
The rise of complex ‘intermediate zones’: the Ukraine War and China’s opportunity and dilemma in the Middle East
By She Gangzheng
Middle Eastern leaders are closely watching the United States’ strategic rivalry with China and Russia, worrying the region would remain vulnerable to the spillover effects of extra-regional great-power politics.
In the NewsJun 7, 2022
Burrows in New Security Beat: Youth disillusionment as a danger to democracy
By Atlantic Council
On June 7, an article co-authored by Mathew Burrows was published by the Wilson Center’s New Security Beat, which discussed the dangers of a growing cohort of youth who feel disillusioned by political failures. “Failing to examine youth engagement trends may be a serious blind spot— and thus a threat to democracy. It is a question […]