As of December 9, 2008, 53 years of Bulletin content is now available online for free at Google Books. This archive begins with the first issue of the magazine--originally published in December 1945--and includes every year thereafter until 1998.
The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board faces difficulties that include the actions of some if its own members, who either don’t want or can’t seem to execute its mission. Last year, Sean Sullivan, the acting chairman, tried to secretly convince the Trump White House to get rid of the board entirely, claiming it was “a relic of the Cold-War era defense-establishment.” Sullivan failed and was compelled to resign, but the board has adopted a backup plan that imposes large budget and staffing cuts on the safety agency.
Much of the debate over how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect geopolitics focuses on the emerging arms race between Washington and Beijing, as well as investments by major military powers like Russia. And to be sure, breakthroughs are happening at a rapid pace in the United States and China. But while an arms race between … Continued
2018 Annual Dinner & Meeting Logistics When Thursday, November 8, 2018 Annual Meeting: 12:00pm-5:30pm Annual Dinner: 5:30-9:00pm Location University Club of Chicago, 76 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603 Room Reservations University Club of Chicago, 76 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603 Hotel Phone: 312.726.2840 Cost: Average $258/night Reservations: For accommodation requests and questions email [email protected] … Continued
The Defense Department is initiating a whole new approach to artificial intelligence, and maybe even to technology development and procurement. But in the long run, the new program’s most important implications may concern ethics and safety.
Laurélène Faye just graduated with a masters in Public Policy and Global Affairs from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, and was part of a project that examined Canada’s position on the Nuclear Ban Treaty.