3 Dec 2018|
12:00 – 13:30 Geneva, Switzerland
DiploFoundation and the Think Tank Hub are organising: Artificial intelligence and diplomacy: A new tool for diplomats? on Monday 3rd December 2018. The event will take place at the Geneva Internet Platform, WMO Building, 2nd floor, 7bis Avenue de la Paix, Genève, from 12:00 to 13:30 CET. Artificial intelligence (AI) is transitioning from science fiction into our everyday lives. Over the past few years, there has been significant progress in the field of AI, which is increasingly becoming part of our everyday lives – from intelligent digital personal assistants and smart home devices, to autonomous vehicles, smart buildings and medical robots. These advances are expected to have implications in several policy areas (economic, societal, education, etc.), infrastructure and society in general, and governments, the technical community, and private sector actors worldwide are increasingly considering them.With AI’s entry into all aspects of soc..
Danny Grossman, wexnerfoundation.org, November 06, 2018
Entry includes a video, “One on One with Alan Dershowitz- Nov. 1, 2018.”
Dershowitz image (not from entry) from
I am turning to you, fellow Wexnerim, to share the latest edition of One on One with Alan Dershowitz, which includes a moving segment with Wexner Heritage Alum Lou Weiss (Pittsburgh) from Pittsburgh's Tree of Life * Or L'Simcha synagogue and a discussion on how Israel views this tragedy.
To engage in public diplomacy [JB emphasis] on behalf of Israel, We launched this show over two years ago with a veteran warrior in the realm, Professor Alan Dershowitz. With my help Professor Dershowitz has launched on ILTV a weekly Question and Answer format aimed to engage a wide audience of those seeking to learn about Israel. Conceptually Alan's new program is a user-friendly video version of his landmark pro-Israel book The Case for Israel, which was essentially a clear set of Answers to 32 Frequently Asked Questions..
Munk School of Global Affairs, federal government partner on Digital Public Square project The Munk School of Global Affairs. JENNIFER SU/THE VARSITY http://var.st/94 The University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development Canada are partnering on the Digital Public Square project, a $9 million project that
Koliko je Francuska uvek za korak ispred svih, govori podatak da je još u novembru 2013. godine navela digitalnu diplomatiju kao jedan od prioriteta Ministarstva spoljnih poslova Francuske. Od tada do danas, Francuska je radila na njenom implementiranju kao i na organizovanju različitih događanja. Poslednja u nizu odluka koja se tiče digitalne diplomatije jeste, redizajn
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