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The Manhattan Project for AI is a bad idea
Privacy & Data Protection | Cyber and Technology | Artificial Intelligence Jan 31, 2024

The Manhattan Project for AI is a bad idea

The “Manhattan Project for AI” oversimplifies the challenges associated with its governance. The dynamic nature of AI requires a fresh perspective, one that embraces collaboration and inclusivity. ...

Decoding AI in emerging economies
Developing and Emerging Economies | Cyber and Technology | Artificial Intelligence Jan 31, 2024

Decoding AI in emerging economies

AI in emerging markets has seen significant growth. Instead of steering its growth in the Global South, the Global North should forge closer partnerships with these countries ...

Auditing AI: What is it and why does it matter for India?
Cyber and Technology | Artificial Intelligence Jan 30, 2024

Auditing AI: What is it and why does it matter for India?

To ensure that AI’s benefits are realised and risks are addressed, algorithmic auditing can help analyse how these systems operate, and in the process, mitigate wider societal harms ...

Vulnerabilities in Large Language Models
Cyber and Technology | Artificial Intelligence Jan 30, 2024

Vulnerabilities in Large Language Models

While LLMs possess the potential for immense value creation, realising this potential hinges on prioritising safety as much as innovation ...

Setting the guardrails for AI in weapons
Cyber and Technology | Artificial Intelligence Jan 30, 2024

Setting the guardrails for AI in weapons

Any governance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) needs to consider the deadliest applications of AI ...

The eyes in the Holy City
International Affairs Jan 29, 2024

The eyes in the Holy City

The indiscriminate use of checkpoints and monitoring of civilians in areas of occupation such as Hebron is beyond any Orwellian imagination ...

COP28: Was the COP robbed?
Energy | Climate Change Jan 29, 2024

COP28: Was the COP robbed?

COP28 offered something to every stakeholder but not enough for the world ...

Striking with caution: Beyond the performative muscle flexing, Islamabad had little choice
International Affairs Jan 28, 2024

Striking with caution: Beyond the performative muscle flexing, Islamabad had little choice

This return to business as usual is reflective of the wariness on both sides to escalate the crisis further and prevent it from metastasising into a new front of conflict. ...

The changing face of Ethiopia
International Affairs | BRICS Jan 25, 2024

The changing face of Ethiopia

Ethiopia hopes that its BRICS membership will push it to the forefront of the global arena ...

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Prasad Ashok Thakur

Prasad Ashok Thakur

Prasad Ashok Thakur is a CIMO scholar and has authored a book and several articles published with The World Bank Asian Development Bank Institute United Nations Government of India etc. His work in digital-agriculture clean energy public finance international relations ...

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Labanya Prakash Jena

Labanya Prakash Jena is the Head, Centre for Sustainable Finance, Climate Policy Initiative India. Before this, he was working as the Regional Climate Finance Adviser Indo-Pacific Region at the Commonwealth Secretariat. ...

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