Why What Happened at Open AI Doesn't Bode Well for the UN Global Digital Compact
It May Already Be Too Late to Regulate AI—The Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator Wants to Ensure That Won’t Happen with the Next Scientific Breakthrough
Will generative AI destroy jobs? An ILO working paper offers hope that it won’t
The Wrong BRICS Expansion
Daron Acemoglu | In many ways, the enlargement represents a major lost opportunity. The world does not need more countries to fall under Chinese and Russian influence. It needs a genuinely independent third grouping to provide a counterweight against both the China-Russia axis and US power.
Recent scholarship has suggested that artificial intelligence (AI) technology and autocratic regimes may be mutually reinforcing. We test for a mutually reinforcing relationship in the context of facial-recognition AI in China.
Exporting the Surveillance State via Trade in AI
We document three facts about the global diffusion of surveillance AI technology, and in particular, the role played by China.
‘Oppenheimer’, AI, Machine Learning and Unintended Consequences
Are there similarities between the Manhattan Project and today’s race between China and the United States in AI?
August 14, 2023, OP-ED - Selected document | The economic potential of generative AI
To grasp what lies ahead requires an understanding of the breakthroughs that have enabled the rise of generative AI, which were decades in the making.
August 14, 2023 OP-ED - Selected document | AI and Corporate Responsibility
Seven leading AI companies Amazon, Anthropic, Google, Inflection, Meta, Microsoft, and OpenAI, have agreed on voluntary commitments to help move toward safe, secure, and transparent development of AI technology.
Corporate Responsibility in the Age of AI
Maria Eitel | AI has turbocharged the attention economy and unleashed a new set of risks. While calls for regulation are growing louder, when they come from the very people behind the technology, they come across largely as public-relations campaigns and corporate stall tactics.
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