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February 15, 2022

Low-cost, commercial off-the-shelf Artificial Intelligence means that a range of nonstate actors can increasingly adopt these...

February 15, 2022

While efficacious vaccines have been developed to inoculate against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2; also known as COVID-19), public vaccine...

February 15, 2022

Presidents invariably use the bully pulpit to push a political agenda, but whether this leads to political success in advancing that agenda has long been the subject of...

February 15, 2022

While mass vaccination has blunted the pandemic in the United States, pockets of vaccine hesitancy...

February 15, 2022

Understanding the factors that influence vaccine acceptance is critical to informing public health campaigns aiming to combat public fears and ensure broad...

February 15, 2022

Widespread acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines is crucial for achieving sufficient immunization coverage to end the global pandemic, yet few studies have investigated COVID-19...

February 15, 2022

The report speaks to the role of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and neural networks in creating tools that distinguish quickly between objects, for example a stop...

February 14, 2022

This chapter argues that Artificial Intelligence is best understood as an accelerating and enabling force that is less likely to produce drastic, unforeseen transformations in...

February 10, 2022

A tighter threshold for U.S drone strikes can reduce civilian casualties without emboldening the...

February 10, 2022

The lack of accountability for civilian casualties isn’t likely to...