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FP Virtual Dialogue: Foreign Policy in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
15 April, 2021 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Confronted with volatile dynamics across the geopolitical landscape, governments are increasingly turning to technology to discover unfolding events and evaluate global risks. As artificial intelligence technology continues to evolve, new tools are helping governments effectively forecast risks, adapt to rapidly changing environments and better navigate complex and shifting scenarios.
Foreign Policy, in partnership with Dataminr, will convene a forward-looking conversation on diplomacy and international crisis mitigation in the digital age. The conversation will illuminate how governments are adapting to the modern global risk landscape and how the future of diplomatic engagement, crisis intervention and humanitarian action will be shaped by technological advances including AI and machine learning.
UN Global Pulse Director Robert Kirkpatrick is joining discussions to bring in the perspective of how the UN, especially inside the Office of the Secretary-General, is using data, technologies and new innovations to tackle development and humanitarian crises.
Join the conversation online using #AI4ForeignPolicy. Register HERE.