The London Diplomatic Summit will examine the shaping of the artificial intelligence (AI) New World Order and its patterns.
The proceedings of the Third Edition of the London Diplomatic Summit will focus on four themes around AI:
AI balance of power
AI and inequality and disorder
Global governance and regulations of AI
AI and international policy-making
The London Diplomatic Summit is an unprecedented diplomatic event that brings a fresh perspective to global challenges and to international affairs. The summit is guided by the principles of smart diplomacy, bringing together a diverse community of stakeholders, who will apply innovative approaches to finding practical solutions with a measurable impact.
Diplo’s Dr Katharina Höne will speak about ‘AI and international policy-making: The future and challenges’.
Dr Katharina Höne Senior lecturer, researcher, and project manager
Dr Katharina (Kat) E Höne researches, writes, and teaches on a number of issues in the area of diplomacy, global governance, and the impact of technology on international relations. Over the last years, she has focused on research at the intersection of diplomacy and technology. She was part of a research project on Data Diplomacy: Updating diplomacy to the big data eraand the lead researcher and author of Mapping the challenges and opportunities of artificial intelligence for the conduct of diplomacy report, both supported by the Ministry for Foreign of Affairs of Finland. In addition, she has more than 10 years of experience in teaching international relations at universities in the UK and Germany, and in delivering in-situ, blended, and online training to diplomatic practitioners. Kat holds an MA in Diplomatic Studies (University of Leicester, UK) and a PhD in International Politics (University of Aberystwyth, UK). In her work, she is driven by her aim to level the playing field at international negotiation tables through capacity development, and to provide out-of-the-box thinking and inspiration by drawing on her passion for science-fiction.