The dependence of automated vehicles on software exposes them to significant cybersecurity challenges. To fundamentally change transportation in the twenty-first century in a safe and secure way, AVs must place cyber at the center of their risk management.
As you start thinking about how a no-fly zone would actually unfold, it becomes very obvious this would be direct involvement in the war against Russia, and rather than end the war, a no-fly zone would enlarge the war and escalate the war.
Carnegie’s Kenji Kushida, World Innovation Lab’s Gen Isayama, and Komatsu’s Aki Tabata discuss how Japanese companies are harnessing the Silicon Valley ecosystem—and vice versa—for mutual benefit and how the U.S. and Japan can learn from these new relationships to enhance future collaboration.
While systemic cyber risk has become a hot topic, it deserves even more (and closer) attention than it has so far received. How serious and widespread is systemic cyber risk, and what should be done about it?
Comparing the “most likely” and “most dangerous” scenarios can help navigate the uncharted Russian threat.
Dissatisfaction with globalization has turned into a powerful force, with unchecked globalism increasingly seen as a threat to the integrity of democratic rule. Policymakers must reframe globalization to mitigate its negative consequences while keeping its core growth-enhancing dynamics intact.
Semiconductor manufacturing is currently concentrated in a handful of countries, exacerbating supply chain dependence. The EU’s newly launched Chips Act aims to reduce this dependence, and avoid future shortages—although naysayers question whether the EU will be able to obtain the necessary funding.
Congress should take the strongest aspects of the House and Senate bills to build a new tech directorate.
As traditional forms of cooperation struggle to keep pace with geopolitical and technological transformations, the EU will have to do more to maintain its economic power and technological independence.
Rather than pursuing buzzwords like strategic autonomy, European leaders should balance home-grown initiatives with an openness to trade and investment in a harmonious and comprehensive manner.