New AI Germ Busters Can Also Bust Unions
New AI Germ Busters Can Also Bust UnionsYanis Varoufakis shows how an AI-driven biomedical breakthrough could rob workers of what little power they have left.
Governing the Unknown
Governing the UnknownKaushik Basu suggests a few principles to guide policymakers as they try to keep up with rapidly advancing technologies.
The AI Moment of Truth for Chinese Censorship
The AI Moment of Truth for Chinese CensorshipStephen S. Roach thinks the country is poorly positioned to capitalize on recent advances with large language models.
Why US Tech Giants Need Africa
Why US Tech Giants Need AfricaNate D.F. Allen & Nanjira Sambuli explore the challenges American platforms must address as they seek to expand their presence on the continent.
AI, Democracy, and the Global Order
AI, Democracy, and the Global OrderManuel Muñiz & Samir Saran explain why appropriate regulation of artificial intelligence requires multiple international agreements.
Journalism Fights Back
Journalism Fights BackAnya Schiffrin highlights initiatives to compel the major digital platforms to support public-interest news reporting.
Bridging the AI Regulation Gap
Bridging the AI Regulation GapCédric O urges lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic to agree on how to oversee the rapidly emerging market.
Winners and Losers in the AI Arms Race
Winners and Losers in the AI Arms RaceBarry Eichengreen asks which countries will benefit from the advent of artificial intelligence, and which will not.
Technology for Me, Not for Thee
Technology for Me, Not for TheeHarold James is not surprised that market-dominant incumbents are the loudest boosters of a new techno-pessimist narrative.