About the Episode
Artificial intelligence raises increasingly grim concerns among experts. Are our digital spaces truly safe for democracy? On Deep Dish, the Alliance for Securing Democracy’s Laura Rosenberger and Stanford University’s Jacob Helberg discuss digital interference, misinformation, and data privacy within the lens of geopolitics. [This episode originally aired August 13, 2020]
“The risk with TikTok is real, but American social media companies pose real risk, too,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
Amy Zegart, author of “Spies, Lies and Algorithms”, reveals how technology is transforming espionage.
While concerns about artificial intelligence's effects on the economy are understandable, we shouldn't overreact, Paul Poast argues.
How have online platforms, and lax US regulation, facilitated the flow of data from the US to China – and what does this mean for the geopolitical contest between these superpowers?