Published in: Podcasts: OpinionAI could predict climate crises, but that’s not what climate migrants need
States that are more likely to withstand climate change challenges are also more likely to use advanced technologies...
Published in: Podcasts: FeatureBorders & Belonging: When AI is managing migration, should we be afraid?
Artificial intelligence can predict crises and get help to migrants who need it – but the dangers are serious
Published in: Technology and Democracy: OpinionThe EU should refocus the AI Act on workers and people
Proposed EU legislation on AI is driven by a desire for growth, with few provisions for safeguarding the rights of...
Published in: Home: OpinionWhen will there be more robots than humans in the workforce?
Read an extract from Eli Lee's 'A Strange and Brilliant Light' for this month's book club
Published in: Migrant Futures: OpinionCould artificial intelligence improve decision-making in refugee cases?
Despite the risks that it poses, predictive technology could be a force for good in refugee systems under the right...
Published in: Migrant Futures: OpinionWill Biden’s ‘smart borders’ be any different from Trump’s?
Expanding the use of AI, surveillance and data-driven technology could be more dangerous for privacy and human...
Published in: democraciaAbiertaA World shaped by one million Adas
Our proposal is reasonable and possible to pilot: open the room and seat women and girls at your COVID-19 table...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionHow to make AI work for people and planet
Whether AI will be a weapon of social injustice or an agent of positive change depends on the stories we choose to weave.
Published in: digitaLibertiesIndustry standards won't give artificial intelligence a conscience
Marc Böhlen is part of the team developing universal benchmarks for ethical artificial intelligence. He tells us why...
Published in: HomeRethinking AI through the politics of 1968
We need to pursue a political philosophy that was embraced in '68, of living the new society through authentic...