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In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Chatbot, and the Word was Chatbot

Marko Marković

Given the profound importance of language and its various disciplines in technological developments, it is crucial to consider how chatbots function as products of advanced technology. This under...

Part 3 – Speaking of futures: Presuppositions

Biljana Scott

Part 1 - Speaking of futures: Story-capsules  | Part 2 - Speaking of futures: Que ser...

AI@UN: Navigating the tightrope between innovation and impartiality

Jovan Kurbalija

The UN is not short of risks. These include the lack of funding or geopolitical blockages in the UN Security Council. AI adds novel risks for the organisation in that it challenges the concept of...

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Unpacking the EU AI Act

29 Apr 24 - 29 Apr 24

Panel: Climate | AI | Digital 

05 Mar 24 - 05 Mar 24

AI for Good Global Summit

30 May 24 - 31 May 24

Geneva AI Community launch

23 Nov 23 - 23 Nov 23

Policy Meets Tech: Artificial intelligence

21 Nov 23 - 21 Nov 23


4th AI Policy Summit

03 Nov 23 - 04 Nov 23


2022 Diplo Week in Geneva

07 Nov 22 - 11 Nov 22

2023 Diplo Days in Geneva

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AI Policy Summit 2022

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Launch of the humAInism Speech Generator

21 Sep 20 - 21 Sep 20


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Diplo & GIP at the WTO Public Forum 2017

26 Sep 17 - 28 Sep 17


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25 Jun 17 - 29 Jun 17




Mediation and artificial intelligence: Notes on the future of international conflict resolution

Over the last years AI has emerged as a hot topic with regard to its impact on our political, social, and economic lives.... Read more...


The EU’s New Commission: Digital Policy in the Limelight (Briefing Paper #13)

In this briefing paper, Dr Stephanie Borg Psaila analyses Ursula von der Leyen's new EU Commission's emphasis on digital policy for 2019–2024.... Read more...

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Searching for Meaningful Human Control. The April 2018 Meeting on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (Briefing Paper #10)

In this briefing paper, Ms Barbara Rosen Jacobson analyses the debate of the April 2018 meeting of the Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW). The group was established to discuss emerging technologies in the area of... Read more...

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Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems: Mapping the GGE Debate (Briefing Paper #8)

The paper discusses the ongoing debate in the Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS) and the varying perspectives on the need for regulation and control of these weapons.... Read more...

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