How can the United States, India, and other countries foster cooperation with like-minded nations in the Indo-Pacific region to promote areas of cooperation, assess regional strengths and weaknesses, and shape worldwide artificial intelligence norms?
The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated adoption of digital technology for remote work, online learning, and e-commerce. Governments are eager to spur innovation and create new digital jobs, but this comes against a backdrop of deepening fissures over how the Internet should be governed.
In 2018, Twitter released a large archive of tweets and media from Russian and Iranian troll farms. This archive of information operations has since been expanded to include activity originating from more than 15 countries and offers researchers unique insight into how IO unfolds on the service.
In two separate livestreamed sessions, Carnegie will convene key thought leaders behind Japan’s “Moonshot” program, the National Science Foundation’s “10 Big Ideas” program, the EU’s Horizon programs, and other fields of science collaboration.
The decades-old debate between governments and key tech companies over encryption has flared up again. How can we have a more constructive debate about encryption? What issues should be prioritized?
Join Carnegie's Cyber Policy Initiative for a discussion of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission’s forthcoming report, focusing on the international dimensions of its recommendations for a comprehensive national strategy for defending American interests and values in cyberspace.
Global communication since the 1850s has always relied on an expanding web of undersea cables, but this industry has traditionally been lightly regulated and involves a wide range of stakeholders. However, data generation and use is growing in ways that make these networks more important than ever.
How do the U.S. and EU approaches to AI compare and what is the role for transatlantic cooperation?
Encryption has once again become a flashpoint between the U.S. government and key tech companies.
A discussion of ICT supply chain integrity and complementary measures by governments and ICT suppliers on how to reduce systemic risks, restore confidence in the integrity of ICTs, and forestall fragmentation of the marketplace.