Tag: Philip Boucher

What if AI regulation promoted innovation? [Science and Technology podcast]

What if deepfakes made us doubt everything we see and hear? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 10 months ago

New STOA study on deepfakes and European policy

BLOG, Events 10 months ago

STOA meets its International Advisory Board to discuss the Artificial Intelligence Act

What if we chose new metaphors for artificial intelligence? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 12 months ago

New STOA series of podcasts on artificial intelligence, in partnership with the OECD Global Parliamentary Network

BLOG 1 year ago

STOA establishes a centre of dialogue and expertise on AI

PUBLICATIONS 2 years ago

Disruption by technology: Impacts on politics, economics and society

BLOG 2 years ago

New STOA study on artificial intelligence: How does it work, why does it matter and what can we do about it?

BLOG 2 years ago

STOA roundtable on digital sovereign identity

BLOG 2 years ago

New STOA study on blockchain for supply chains and international trade

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

STOA meets experts on coronavirus: Challenges, opportunities and the way forward

What if artificial intelligence made work obsolete? [Science and Technology podcast]

What if technologies replaced humans in elderly care? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 3 years ago

3 Key Questions on Blockchain voting

BLOG 3 years ago

How can technology and the arts work together to benefit society?

BLOG, Events 3 years ago

Does technology exacerbate social polarisation?

BLOG, Events 3 years ago

Building a renewable energy future on dialogue and cooperation

What if we could design better technologies through dialogue? [Science and Technology Podcast]

BLOG, Events 3 years ago

Why are people opposed to low-carbon energy technologies?

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