AI Podcast Archives

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfare with Gregory Allen (Ep. 101)

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfare with Gregory Allen (Ep. 101)

How will Artificial Intelligence (AI) Affect Warfare? In today’s episode we discuss the role of artificial intelligence in the future of warfare. What are the risks? How is the United States likely to fare in confrontations involving the use of AI? In a recent paper, Center for a New American Security Fellow Greg Allen and his co-author, Taniel Chan, illustrate both the risks and opportunities for the use of AI in warfare. We discuss these findings plus lessons learned from previous

Racism Online — Detecting Stealthy Bigotry with Rijul Magu (Ep. 95)

Racism Online — Detecting Stealthy Bigotry with Rijul Magu (Ep. 95)

America’s History of Recalcitrance De jure discrimination Racism online is evolving in a way that is consistent with the way racism has always evolved–from explicit to subtle. Plaintiff-side civil rights lawyers have found it easiest to win — if civil rights cases can ever said to be “easy”– in cases in which they can convincingly demonstrate defendants’ explicit discriminatory policies. The Civil Rights Act of 1964, the United States Supreme Court’s 1954 decision in Brown v. Board

Ep 86: Maya Rockeymoore: A Blueprint: What we should do about autonomous vehicles and American jobs

Ep 86: Maya Rockeymoore: A Blueprint: What we should do about autonomous vehicles and American jobs

Dr. Maya Rockeymoore (@MayaRockeymoore) leads Global Policy Solutions, a Washington, DC-based policy firm that makes policy work for people and their environments. A former adjunct professor in the Women in Politics Institute at American University, Maya has also served as the vice president of research and programs at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF), senior resident scholar at the National Urban League, chief of staff to Congressman Charles Rangel (D-NY), professional staff

Ep 84: A Mission to Bring Robotics to STEM Education with Jane Taylor

Ep 84: A Mission to Bring Robotics to STEM Education with Jane Taylor

Jane Taylor is the Founder and President of Bot Shop LLC. Bot Shop is an innovative one-stop shop specializing in integrating Robotics and Energy Education into K-12 public schools, informal education, non-profits and outreach programs. As a full-service consulting firm, Bot Shop provides turnkey solutions for effectively engaging youth in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through making. BotShop supports robots in education from the classroom to competition. Jane Taylor began

Ep 79: How to Fight Fake News (Part 1 of 2): Algorithms and Perceptions with Taylor Moore

Ep 79: How to Fight Fake News (Part 1 of 2): Algorithms and Perceptions with Taylor Moore

Taylor Moore (TayMoore_CDT) is the Center for Democracy & Technology’s (CDT) Free Expression Fellow. Her work focuses on preserving the Internet as a global platform for speech and association, democratic accountability, the free exchange of information and ideas, and the freedom of thought.She previously served as the Google Policy Fellow for Public Knowledge, where she was involved in advocacy work related to net neutrality, intellectual property, and internet governance. Taylor also

Ep 63: ‘Predictive Policing’ Isn’t Just Science Fiction–It’s Real, and It’s Out of Control with David Robinson

Ep 63: ‘Predictive Policing’ Isn’t Just Science Fiction–It’s Real, and It’s Out of Control with David Robinson

David Robinson (@dgrobinson) is a Principal at Upturn, a public interest technology and policy consulting firm. Prior to co-founding UpTurn, David was the Associate Director of Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy. He also launched The American, a national magazine of business and economics at the American Enterprise Institute, growing The American’s website to more than 1.5 million unique visits in its first year. David holds a JD from Yale, was a Rhodes Scholar, and