Tag: Philip Boucher

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 2 months ago

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

BLOG 8 months ago

STOA establishes a centre of dialogue and expertise on AI

PUBLICATIONS 10 months ago

Disruption by technology: Impacts on politics, economics and society

BLOG 1 year ago

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

BLOG 1 year ago

STOA roundtable on digital sovereign identity

BLOG 1 year ago

New STOA study on blockchain for supply chains and international trade

BLOG, Events 1 year 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 2 years ago

3 Key Questions on Blockchain voting

BLOG 2 years ago

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

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

Does technology exacerbate social polarisation?

BLOG, Events 2 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?

BLOG 3 years ago

Can technology help to win elections?

BLOG, Events 3 years ago

Use and misuse of technology in contemporary election campaigns

New STOA study examines 3D bio-printing for medical and enhancement purposes

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