- Confronting Disinformation in the Digital AgePanelists discuss the challenge of discerning accurate information on online platforms, the rise of disinformation and how news agencies verify the truth in their reporting, and the repercussions of misinformation in the current conflict between Israel and Hamas.
- Countering the Ransomware Threat With Anne NeubergerDeputy National Security Advisor Anne Neuberger discusses international cyber cooperation initiatives to improve resilience to ransomware, efforts to disrupt ransomware and pursue those responsible for its proliferation, and countering illicit finance that underpins the ransomware ecosystem.
- Congressional Oversight of U.S. Intelligence: Balancing Capabilities and AccountabilityBipartisan leadership of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Chairman Mike Turner (R) and Ranking Member Jim Himes (D), discuss the work of the committee in maintaining U.S. strategic advantage in intelligence, as well as ensuring adherence to the democratic values of accountability and transparency.
- Governing Artificial Intelligence: A Conversation with Kent WalkerKat Duffy moderated a private dialogue on AI and human rights with Google’s Kent Walker and heads of human rights organizations on the sidelines of UNGA. This follow-up conversation reflects some themes raised in that session.
- Series on Emerging Technology, U.S. Foreign Policy, and World Order: The AI Power ParadoxTechnology and foreign policy experts discuss the paradoxical nature of artificial intelligence’s extraordinary growth opportunities and its significant potential for disruption and risk, as well as the necessity of establishing new governance mechanisms to both control and harness this potentially defining technology.
- AI’s Impact on the 2024 U.S. Elections, With Jessica BrandtJessica Brandt, policy director for the Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technology Initiative at the Brookings Institution, where she is a fellow in the Strobe Talbott Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how artificial intelligence might affect the 2024 U.S. elections.
- U.S. Strategic Competition With ChinaBipartisan leadership of the House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party, Chairman Mike Gallagher (R) and Ranking Member Raja Krishnamoorthi (D), discuss the work of the committee to ensure the United States is well positioned to counter growing competition with China, across the trade, technology, development, manufacturing, and military sectors.
- How to Make the Inflation Reduction Act Rollout a Success: Lessons from EuropeMany EU countries’ long experiences with industrial policy can show the United States how to make a success of the IRA rollout.
- There’s A Cop In My Pocket: Policymakers Need to Stop Advocating Surveillance by Default.Encryption, cybersecurity, and technology policies, like the RESTRICT and EARN-IT Acts, with nonexistent tradeoffs address symptoms, not problems, and they do it badly.