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Artificial intelligence can significantly impact human rights—both positively and negatively. Human rights impact assessments conceived specifically for AI are needed to prevent potential harms and reap the benefits of the technology.
An infinite supply of plausible opinions from fake, AI-powered pundits threatens to crowd out genuine discourse.
The EU needs the technical standards supporting its AI Act to be restrictive enough to protect consumers, but flexible enough to enable innovation. Given society’s current understanding of AI, there are serious doubts as to whether such standards are technically feasible.
Assessing the scale and immediacy of artificial intelligence’s likely impact on warfare challenges analysts and policymakers. A mental model that breaks down the technological and human factors involved in military innovation can help parse hyperbole and reality.
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The Biden administration issues a clarion call for algorithmic justice but misses some key early opportunities.
A review of James E. Baker, “The Centaur’s Dilemma: National Security Law for the Coming AI Revolution” (Brookings Institution, 2020).
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Recent improvements in face recognition show that disparities previously chalked up to bias are largely the result of a couple of technical issues.