Is China losing control of the coronavirus outbreak? I Inside Story

China’s President is admitting shortfalls in the response to the coronavirus outbreak. Xi Jinping is promising to fix problems and loopholes in the health system. The epicentre of the outbreak, Hubei province, reported a sharp increase in new cases. But the World Health Organization says that’s because doctors are using a broader definition to diagnose … Read more Is China losing control of the coronavirus outbreak? I Inside Story

Who has the power to stop Libya’s civil war? I Inside Story

World leaders meeting in Berlin agree to stop sending weapons fuelling the conflict Libya’s civil war is now in its sixth year. A host of countries is involved in providing support to the two sides vying for power; the UN-backed government of Fayez al Sarraj, and the warlord Khalifa Haftar. At a summit in Berlin … Read more Who has the power to stop Libya’s civil war? I Inside Story

Stanford HAI 2019 Fall Conference – AI Global Governance (CS+Social Good)

Phil Beaudoin, SVP Research Group and Co-Founder, Element AI Peter Cihon, Research Affiliate, Center for the Governance of AI Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford Eileen Donahoe, Executive Director, Global Digital Policy Incubator, Stanford University Jessica Cussins Newman, AI Policy Specialist, Future of Life Institute; Research Fellow, UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity; Research … Read more Stanford HAI 2019 Fall Conference – AI Global Governance (CS+Social Good)

“The Philosophy Book” Published by Dorling Kindersley

“The Philosophy Book” is a beginner’s textbook for the study and understanding of philosophy. Starting at the very source of modern thought, the large collection of essays from leading experts provides a highly useful reference point for students and interested readers. The book does not re-print very much of the original works, rather it provides … Read more “The Philosophy Book” Published by Dorling Kindersley