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March 10, 2022

In this episode of the University of Queensland’s “Law and the Future of War Podcast,” Dr. Lauren Sanders speaks to Paul Lushenko, to discuss the broader implications of...

March 8, 2022

In this piece, members of the lab push back on the conventional wisdom arguing that cryptocurrencies enable illicit online activities. The relationship between the two is much...

March 1, 2022

What is NATO, how did it come to be, how has its mission evolved since the end of the Cold War, and why are two non-members challenging the way the security organization is...

February 17, 2022

Drones are now the weapon of choice for governments and terrorists. As they transform the way wars are fought we ask what extent that's a bad thing and what can be done about...

February 17, 2022

This workshop addresses the opportunities, challenges, limitations, and societal impact of foundation models. Given that future Artificial Intelligence systems will likely...

February 15, 2022

Facebook’s approach to pandemic information has been aggressive, effective, and necessary—but it cannot and should not be applied to...

February 15, 2022

Mobile contact-tracing technology has emerged as one such measure to track population movements and alert individuals when they come into contact with an infected person. But...

February 15, 2022

To what degree do people remember and believe COVID-19...

February 15, 2022

During the recent U.S. presidential election, social media platforms found themselves once again in the awkward position of being the referee deciding whether to call a...

February 15, 2022

The White House should not overestimate its ability to build public support for the...