AI, cybersecurity, and the future of geopolitics

A visitor takes a picture of a display demonstrating crowd surveillance at the stall of the artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology company Sensetime at the Security China 2018 exhibition on public safety and security in Beijing, China October 23, 2018.  Picture taken October 23, 2018.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter - RC1D2D4A0030

Artificial intelligence is now in every domain of our lives, from commerce to politics, medicine to entertainment, and global trade to geopolitics. In this episode, expert John Villasenor discusses the important intersection of AI, cybersecurity, and geopolitics. Villasenor is a nonresident senior fellow in the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings and a professor of electrical engineering, public policy, and management, and also a visiting professor of law, at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Also in this episode, Senior Fellow Jennifer Vey of the Metropolitan Policy Program introduces the new Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking.

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