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Is an “Alliance of Alliances” Around AI Feasible?
March 03, 2021

Is an “Alliance of Alliances” Around AI Feasible?

By Jacob Parakilas
The newly released final report of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence is rich in recommendations. But operationalizing them may be trickier.

The Foundations of an Inclusive, Tech-Enabled Economic Recovery in Asia
October 02, 2020

The Foundations of an Inclusive, Tech-Enabled Economic Recovery in Asia

By Antony Cook
New technologies could help foster an inclusive post-pandemic recovery in Asia – if the region's governments can get it right.
Airborne AI: Not a Game Changer Yet
September 12, 2020

Airborne AI: Not a Game Changer Yet

By Jacob Parakilas
The Agile Condor system is a promising leap toward artificially intelligent combat drones, though many challenges remain before such systems are deployed.

US Department of Defense Adopts Artificial Intelligence Ethical Principles
February 25, 2020

US Department of Defense Adopts Artificial Intelligence Ethical Principles

By Ankit Panda
The Pentagon adopted a set of ethical guidelines on the use of AI.

Clash of Killer Robots? Japan’s Role in Preventing AI Apocalypse
December 10, 2019

Clash of Killer Robots? Japan’s Role in Preventing AI Apocalypse

By Daisuke Akimoto
Japan has a responsibility to spearhead discussions on the legal regulation of lethal autonomous weapons systems.

The Future of Biometrics: Opportunities and Challenges
October 24, 2019

The Future of Biometrics: Opportunities and Challenges

By Trisha Ray
While the use of biometrics has its advantages, countries are only beginning to wrestle with the underlying challenges it poses.

Data and Development: Harnessing AI in Nepal
August 31, 2019

Data and Development: Harnessing AI in Nepal

By Manish Gyawali
Adopting AI tools is critical for a country like Nepal, where much policymaking is still done without any accurate data.
Can India Become an AI Power on Its Own Terms?
July 11, 2019

Can India Become an AI Power on Its Own Terms?

By Tridivesh Singh Maini and Prannv Dhawan
India has big plans for AI, but more needs to be done in the area of execution.

The G20 Comes to Japan: Making Sense of the Osaka Agenda
June 25, 2019

The G20 Comes to Japan: Making Sense of the Osaka Agenda

By Wrenn Yennie Lindgren
How do the outcomes of the G-20’s eight engagement groups factor into this year’s Osaka Summit?

China in Tajikistan: New Report Claims Chinese Troops Patrol Large Swaths of the Afghan-Tajik Border
June 18, 2019

China in Tajikistan: New Report Claims Chinese Troops Patrol Large Swaths of the Afghan-Tajik Border

By Catherine Putz
A new WSJ report cites a Tajik official claiming China is much more deeply involved in Tajikistan than it admits.

India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus
November 02, 2018

India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus

By Sangeeta Mahapatra
“Our software and Japan’s hardware can do wonders” Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared.
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
July 14, 2018

Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race

By Trisha Ray
A little late to the game, India certainly has the talent and expertise to be an AI power.

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