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How Does China Aim to Use AI in Warfare?
December 28, 2021

How Does China Aim to Use AI in Warfare?

By Yuan-Chou Jing
AI in particular is seen as a “game-changing” critical strategic technology.

A Networked, High-Tech Alliance Makes an Attractive Target for Cyberattacks
December 09, 2021

A Networked, High-Tech Alliance Makes an Attractive Target for Cyberattacks

By Eunwoo Lee
Increasing integration of technology and information among allies highlights the importance of cybersecurity – and fixing fundamental flaws.
AI Strategic Competition, Norms, and the Ethics of Global Empire
December 01, 2021

AI Strategic Competition, Norms, and the Ethics of Global Empire

By Joseph Bouchard
Western democracies should play an active role in shaping the norms governing artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies.

Can a Military Be Both Accountable and Environmental?
November 16, 2021

Can a Military Be Both Accountable and Environmental?

By Jacob Parakilas
Militaries can be made greener or they can have more human control. They probably can’t be both.

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in the Indo-Pacific
October 21, 2021

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in the Indo-Pacific

By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with Simon Chesterman.

Why Do Armed Robot Dogs Make Us Uncomfortable?
October 15, 2021

Why Do Armed Robot Dogs Make Us Uncomfortable?

By Jacob Parakilas
Is it the function of an armed robot dog that raises eyebrows, or its form?

Artificial Intelligence in a Natural Partnership: India and the UK
May 12, 2021

Artificial Intelligence in a Natural Partnership: India and the UK

By Ruchi Ghanshyam and Uday Nagaraju
Both countries have much to gain concretely from AI collaboration.
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 World Needs Democratic AI Principles
February 26, 2021

The World Needs Democratic AI Principles

By Alexander Vindman, Igor Jablokov, and Ian J. Lynch 
Democratic artificial intelligence principles are an essential guardrail in the age of great power competition.

The Digital War: US-China Tech Competition in the Biden Era
January 26, 2021

The Digital War: US-China Tech Competition in the Biden Era

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Winston Ma.

Artificial Intelligence Collaboration in Asia’s Security Landscape
January 22, 2021

Artificial Intelligence Collaboration in Asia’s Security Landscape

By Prashanth Parameswaran
AI represents an emerging area of regional security collaboration in spite of its inherent challenges.
Chatbot Gone Awry Starts Conversations About AI Ethics in South Korea
January 16, 2021

Chatbot Gone Awry Starts Conversations About AI Ethics in South Korea

By Dongwoo Kim
The “Luda” AI chatbot sparked a necessary debate about AI ethics as South Korea places new emphasis on the technology.

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