- For Students
Cyber capabilites have introduced new dynamics into national security planning, decision-making, and strategy. Yet the uses, defenses, and ramifications of these tools remain poorly understood. We hope you join us to learn more about these tools and how they impact national security. We will host panels of experts and policymakers to discuss cyber norms and governance, defense, warfare and terrorism.
The aim of the symposium is to foster communication among diverse communities of research and practice that have used the theory of contextual integrity as a framework to reason about, design and evaluate, craft regulation for, and generate formal logics for privacy. After the success of a half-day meeting in Fall 2017, we are excited to follow up with a more comprehensive event to foster discussion across a broader spectrum of disciplines. The symposium will feature a combination of invited and submitted works.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.
Governments around the world are increasingly investing in the development and use of Artificial Intelligence and other digital technologies to govern. As most modern states spend a significant proportion of their annual budget and gross domestic product on social protection policies, it is not surprising that social protection systems are and will be at the forefront of digital innovation by governments given the political focus on cost-cutting and efficiency in many countries. Welfare bureaucracies are typically the part of the state apparatus with the most regular and extensive interaction with a significant part of the population, meaning that innovation in this area is likely to have a direct impact on the human rights of many.