In this article, SPS researcher Elena Pisanelli illustrates the flawed approach to artificial intelligence, where we are training the innovative tool at our disposal to codify and legitimate systemic biases rooted in the past.
What intentions does China have with its investments in the Western Balkans, and to what degree should the EU get involved? Policy Leader Fellow Michael Charokopos takes a look, and draws conclusions on how the EU might facilitate better outcomes for all involved.
Understanding, let alone regulating, a novel technology like artificial intelligence is a challenge for policy-makers. EUI Researcher Anthony Rosborough reveals the powerful influence fiction and myth can have on legal thinking and asks where we should draw the line.
For Law researcher Théo Fournier, France’s pragmatic support for the self-declared interim government in Chad might serve in the short-term, but could easily backfire without a quick transition to a democratically elected leader.
A logical shortcut that is natural to humans becomes dangerous when it is a feature of artificial intelligence (AI). EUI Researcher Francisco de Abreu Duarte illustrates how algorithms can ‘scale’ normative choices that society no longer supports.
With the recent election of US President Joe Biden, hope and expectations for climate action by the US are high. Climate policy experts Jos Delbeke and Peter Vis trace out some possible steps forward for the new US administration.
Why were the Dutch so reluctant to endorse a post-pandemic economic recovery package? Jean Monnet Fellow G. Matteo Vaccaro-Incisa takes a look at some of the underlying motivations driving Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s reticence.