Young researchers from four countries discussed the threats of malicious use of artificial intelligence for international information and psychological security
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- 18 February 2022
The expansion of the artificial intelligence (AI) usage has been causing deep concerns in experts’ circles for a long time. However, it is getting out AI of human control that tends to be regarded and securitized as the main threat. Such a scenario, nonetheless, does not take into account the fact the capabilities of AI can be deliberately used for criminal purposes.
Researchers from different countries are vigorously studyingcitește mai mult
International group of experts on the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to International Psychological Security.
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- 6 February 2022
The analytical report “Experts on the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to International Psychological Security”, published by the International center of socio-political researches and consulting on December 2021, is dedicated to the multidimensional problem of MUAI, the awareness of which is currently being raised both in academic expertise and in a vast sphere of the public opinion. The multidimensionality of MUAI is determined by its intecitește mai mult
The US Strategic Provocations before and during the Olympic Games: The Stakes Are Growing
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- 16 January 2022
Introduction. To make your foe act in a definite way through the planned escalation of events, thereby making him lose his position and his tangible and intangible assets – that is the essence of any international provocation. In history, one can find many examples of strategic provocations with long term goals and, very often, grave and long-term international consequences. The Gulf of Tonkin incident in August 1964 – where a North Vietnamese to citește mai mult
Russian Leadership Changes: How it was, is and how it might be
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- 3 January 2022
Now that 2022 is finally here, it means Russia’s next presidential election is just two years away. The way has been paved for Vladimir Putin to run again if he chooses. The will he/won’t he? question is a favourite of pundits as is speculation of a potential or likely successor. Russia’s next leader will be immensely consequential, as will the time when he or she takes over.
It’s certainly possible that by the end of tcitește mai mult
Experts on the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to International Psychological Security (part III)
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- 28 December 2021
The Questionnaire for Experts “Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to Psychological Security”
This questionnaire is a part of the research project “Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to Psychological Security in Northeast Asia” funded by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, project number 21-514-92001.citește mai mult
Experts on the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to International Psychological Security (part II)
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- 17 December 2021
Which of the threats to international psychological security caused by the malicious use of artificial intelligence do you consider the most relevant for your country?
Experts on the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence and Challenges to International Psychological Security (part I)
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- 2 December 2021
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, despite their high significance for social development, raise threats to international psychological security (IPS) to a new level. There is a growing danger of AI being used to destabilize economies, political situations, and interncitește mai mult
Senate Races to Watch in the 2022 Midterms
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- 30 July 2021
An oddity for the party of power, Democrats are favoured to keep the Senate in next year’s mid-terms.
With a 50-50 Senate the Democrats have a favourable map coupled with numerous Republican retirements (open seats are traditionally harder to defend). Recent analysis by Alan L. Abramowitz also showed that to stand a ‘good chance’ of keeping control of the Senate Democrats would only need to maintain single digit lead on the genecitește mai mult
What Happened to the BRICS?
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- 18 June 2021
It was 2012 and I remember what my supervisor told me well: BRICS are the future, and this is where the research (and) money will be going. In my American history class a few months earlier, the lecturer told us: BRICS will define the twenty-first century.
[B]razil, [R]ussia, [I]ndia, [C]hina and [S]outh Africa were the talk of Wall Street for a decade. Just days after 9/11, Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neil coined the term in a paper ccitește mai mult
British Labour’s Russia Problem
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- 23 April 2021
The British Labour Party were never short of ‘Russia problems’ in the twentieth century. Its first government was brought down by the fraudulent Zinoviev telegram whereas its second, and most successful, helped start the Cold War. But in 2017, Jeremy Corbyn was accused of apologising for Vladimir Putin.
Following the Skripal poisoning, Corbyn called for ‘absolute evidence of guilt’ from the Russian state rather than an outrightcitește mai mult