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Carnegie Council Podcasts

Dec 5, 2022

In the final episode of the AI for Information Accessibility podcast, host Ayushi Khemka talks to Dr. Eleni Stroulia and Dr. Martha White, both professors in the Department of Computing Science at the University of Alberta. Stroulia is also the director of the university's AI4Society Signature Area, while White is the...


Nov 16, 2022

Throughout the 20th century, European leaders from Stalin to Mussolini, from Gorbachev to Thatcher, and more, have shifted global narratives by sheer force of will. In Personality and Power, British historian Ian Kershaw attempts to understand these rulers and their outsized effect on history. In this virtual event, 


Nov 15, 2022

All Things Have Standing is a course in human psychology and the ethics of artificial intelligence and environmental law inspired by a powerful idea from the audio drama Spark Hunter—that all things have ethical standing. All Things Have Standing is presented by Carnegie Council in collaboration with Fighter...


Nov 14, 2022

The fragmentation of international environmental governance creates challenges for states looking to create governance for solar radiation modification (SRM), says Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva, executive director of the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) during a C2GTalk. Policymakers in the Americas...


Nov 9, 2022

In a crossover collaboration with the national security and foreign policy podcast Rational Security, co-hosts Scott R. Anderson and Alan Z. Rozenshtein, both Lawfare senior editors, join Doorstep co-hosts, Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin to assess the policy implications of the 2022 midterm elections. With over $16...