Carnegie Council Audio | 17 November 2021 | 1h 14m | Listen Later | iTunes | Spotify
Interview with Kenneth Payne about his book I, Warbot: The Dawn of Artificially Intelligent Conflict. Discusses the impact of artificial intelligence on the nature and character of war and warfare. Considers whether AI systems will transform the future battlefield so dramatically that they will render existing paradigms and doctrines obsolete.
Carnegie Council Audio | 14 January 2020 | 0h 36m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Tom Parker about his book Avoiding the Terrorist Trap: Why Respect for Human Rights is the Key to Defeating Terrorism. Covers how investigators can utilize technology like facial recognition while respecting the rights of suspects and the general public; the consequences of government overreaction to terrorist threats; privacy; surveillance and more.
Carnegie Council Audio | 22 May 2019 | 0h 58m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Adam Gopnik about the ideas in his book A Thousand Small Sanities: The Moral Adventure of Liberalism. Argues that rather than emphasizing the role of the individual, the principles of community and compromise are at the core of the liberal project.
Carnegie Council Audio | 14 May 2019 | 1h 12m | Listen Later | iTunes
Just weeks after the armistice the victors of the Great War set out to negotiate the terms of the peace – and to rewrite the rules of international relations. A century later, we live in a world shaped by the Treaty of Versailles. Delves into the complex situation on the ground at the time and the Treaty’s legacy today, from Europe and the U.S. to Asia and the Middle East.
Carnegie Council Audio | 22 April 2019 | 0h 41m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with human rights scholar, educator, and former politician Michael Ignatieff about the ideas in his book The Ordinary Virtues: Moral Order in a Divided World. Discusses what he calls “the ordinary virtues,” such as patience and tolerance; the status of human rights today the dilemmas of migration; and the essential criteria for true democracy.