Center for Technology Innovation, Brookings Institution This webinar discusses the future of AI, how it is being deployed, and the policy and legal issues being raised. Speakers explore ways to mitigate possible concerns and how to move forward safely, securely, and in a manner consistent with human values.
ABC News Could the 2020 election be the perfect storm for misinformation? ABC News analyzes Digital Planet’s Misinformation Index to find out.
Foreign Policy | Antitrust lawsuits are notoriously hard to win. Whatever the outcome, though, they can reshape industry structures, markets, and even technologies that emerge on the other side. This is why it is essential to raise five key questions now.
Foreign Policy | Fletcher Dean of Global Business Bhaskar Chakravorti discusses the spread of misinformation across social media platforms, which has increased as we draw closer to the 2020 presidential election.
Slate | Professor of Cybersecurity Policy Josephine Wolff writes about how phishing emails are becoming more personalized and manipulative, making it harder for people to tell the difference between real and fake messages.
Slate | Fletcher Professor of Cybersecurity Policy Josephine Wolff addresses the lack of congressional oversight in regards to various threats directed at the 2020 presidential election.
Aljazeera | Bhaskar Chakravorti describes the economic and social tolls that COVID-19 has taken on India, citing insights from Digital Planet’s Social Distance Readiness Benchmark.
MarketWatch | Bhaskar Chakravorti is featured in Jon Swartz’ article on the possibility of a Big Tech breakup if Democrats wrest control on the US Senate in November.
Yahoo! Finance | Bhaskar Chakravorti is interviewed about the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust’s recommendations on competitive practices for Big Tech companies: Apple, Google. Facebook, and Amazon.
Harvard Business Review | In his latest article in HBR, Bhaskar Chakravorti asks whether or not anti-tech antitrust is the right tool to address America’s biggest technology problem.