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Generative AI models – a fun game that can easily get out of hand?
22 December 2022
AI diplomacy, Artificial Intelligence, Cybercrime, Ethics, Intellectual property rights
All your friends have replaced their social media profile pictures with AI-generated avatars, but you do not know where they got them from? Or are you wondering what exactly people are talking ab...
AI promises, ethics, and human rights: Time to open Pandora’s box
11 February 2022
In 2021, I participated in the Artificial Intelligence online course offered by Diplo. In one of our online sessions, a passionate debate flared on the topic of the day: AI’s ethical and human rights implications. T...
What does a former coffee-maker-turned-AI say about AI policy on the verge of the 2020s?
27 January 2020
‘This is what we have now. We can say this kind of research has been done in human behavior. We can refer to other kind of research that focuses on machine learning systems. Not only the AI systems, but try to und...
[WebDebate #26 summary] AI on the international agenda – where do we go from here?
11 December 2018
Artificial Intelligence, Diplomatic theory and practice, Ethics
In our December WebDebate, we looked at artificial intelligence (AI). AI is of geostrategic importance and countries are already investing heavily in AI and developing AI strategies. As AI potentially impacts nearly a...
Journal of Moral Theology, Vol. 11, Special Issue no. 1, Spring 2022, “Artificial Intelligence”
Journal of Moral Theology dedicated special issue on 'artificial intelligence'.... Read more...
Language: Setting the stage
Part of Language and Diplomacy (2001): Benoit Girardin takes a philosophical approach to rhetoric - along with the issues of interpretation and ethics. He examines each of these three fields and its relation to diplomatic practice and negotiations, showing with example... Read more...