Monday’s Digital Diplomacy Must Read List

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Each week, I publish a list of interesting articles, essays and reports that may be of interest to the digital diplomacy community. This week-

  1. Musk, Indonesian health minister, launch Starlink for health sector (Reuters)
  2. It is dangerously easy to hack the world’s phones (The Economist)
  3. Palantir holds first-ever AI warfare conference (The Guardian)
  4. OpenAI putting ‘shiny products’ above safety, says departing researcher (The Guardian)
  5. Global Chips Battle Intensifies With $81 Billion Subsidy Surge (Bloomberg)
  6. How AI technology could disrupt the future job market (Euronews)
  7. What is AI, how does it work and what can it be used for? (BBC)
  8. Technology is probably changing us for the worse—or so we always think (MIT Technology Review)
  9. Billions are spent on educational technology, but we don’t know if it works (The Conversation)

Some light reading- The Double Shift: Spinoza and Marx on the Politics of Work, by Jason Read

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