Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Artificial Intelligence, Genuine Transformations: The Tech Revolution and the future of National Security

Artificial Intelligence, Genuine Transformations: The Tech Revolution and the future of National Security

  • June 29, 2018

In the latest episode of FPRI’s new podcast, The BackChannel, host Ron Granieri welcomes Templeton Fellows Dominic Tierney and Nada Bakos along with special guest, FPRI Senior Fellow and Associate Director of Perry World House Michael Horowitz, to discuss the latest developments in artificial intelligence and their impact on contemporary geopolitics. The global technological environment is changing rapidly, but perennial questions remain.  What do we want our machines to do for us?  How will those new machines change the way we interact with them or with each other? Continuing in the FPRI tradition of analyzing developments through the lens of history, geography, and culture, Granieri guides a conversation that contextualizes the current state of technology, the role that this “fourth industrial revolution” is playing in both American policymaking and the broader international system, and the challenges that lie ahead. 

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