Catalonia, Spain, and the EU: The Challenge of Leadership in Fractious Nation States
By Mary Wang. December 3, 2018. October may just be my favorite month. It reminds me of falling leaves, candy, Halloween, horror movies, midterms, and, after this year, cybersecurity. Established by the Department of Homeland Security and National Cybersecurity Alliance in 2004, October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. On October 9, I volunteered for an […]
By Justin Sherman. December 1, 2018. If you’ve been following developments in AI over the past decade, you’ve noticed that governments around the world have taken a growing interest in not just AI’s potential benefits for domestic and global economies, but in its strategic importance as well. “The debate over the effects of artificial intelligence […]
Reevaluating Digital Trust: Recapping an Event with Jeffrey Ritter, External Lecturer at the Univers...
By Tyler Jang. November 18, 2018. Trust is rapidly becoming one of the most valuable assets in today’s digital world. It shapes financial transactions, underlying the ebbs and flows of both the stock market and Amazon customer reviews; it impacts what route you will take to get to work, incorporating traffic reports and user data; […]