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Ethics for the AI-Enabled Warfighter – The Human ‘Warrior-in-the-Design’

June 13, 2019

by J. Zhanna Malekos Smith 14 June 2019 Can a victor truly be crowned in the great power competition for artificial intelligence? According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, “whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world.” But the life of a state, much like that of a human being, is … Continue reading “Ethics for the AI-Enabled Warfighter – The Human ‘Warrior-in-the-Design’”


Game of Thrones and the Limitations of Narratives

June 10, 2019

by Thomas Colley 11 June 2019 WARNING: This article contains spoilers. Like millions of others, I have been contemplating the end of Game of Thrones. Being unable to stay awake until 2am UK time to watch episodes live, I have relied on pre-recording them to watch on subsequent days. It is remarkably difficult not to … Continue reading “Game of Thrones and the Limitations of Narratives”


Where Evil met its End

June 7, 2019

by Miles Vining 7 June 2019 Our relief group provided humanitarian assistance to people fleeing the last stronghold of ISIS in Baghouz, Syria. In Feburary and March 2019 we fed over 25,000 and treated over 4,000 wounded. These were mostly ISIS families, a number of which were in critical condition from the fighting and air … Continue reading “Where Evil met its End”


Volodymyr Zelenskiy and the Donbas Conflict in Ukraine

June 5, 2019

by Daria Platonova 5 June 2019 Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s[1] election to the presidency in Ukraine[2] has taken everyone by surprise. A former comedy actor and producer, Zelenskiy is widely seen as someone “outside the system,” despite having connections to the Ukrainian oligarchs. In the few interviews that he granted prior to the election, he acknowledged that the … Continue reading “Volodymyr Zelenskiy and the Donbas Conflict in Ukraine”


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