Selected Events:

Our executive director Kim Taipale presented "Artificial Intelligence, National Security and Law Enforcement," GISP2019, New York (Jan. 2019).

 

---- presented "AI and the Future of Work," GISP2017, New York (Oct. 18. 2017).


---- discussed "Blockchain and Government Services," PLENS, New York (Jun. 9, 2017).

 

---- presented "A Framework for Cyber-Deterrence" at the Boston Global Forum Cybersecurity Day conference, Harvard University (Dec. 12, 2016).

 

---- participated in the MSC Cyber Security Summit 2016 (Stanford University, Sep 19-20, 2016).

 

---- moderated Globalization, Technology Innovation and Economic Disruption at the 2nd Annual The Common Good Forum, New York (May 27, 2016).

 

---- discussed Technology Displacement: The Future of Work on GISP2016, New York (Apr. 18. 2016)

---- discussed Identity, Social Trust and the Blockchain at the Global Information Society Project, New York (Mar. 9, 2016).

 

---- participated in the Munich Security Conference Roundtable on International Cyber Security Norms, New York (Sep. 8, 2015).


---- spoke on Privacy and National Security at the The 6th Annual Asian Leadership Conference, Seoul, Korea (May 19-20, 2015).

 

---- presented "Policy Implication and Interventions," at Digital Assets and Liabilities: Valuing the Intangible Economy, 23rd Annual Aspen Institute Rountable on Information Technology (Jul 7-10, 2014).

 

---- presented "The Future of War: Armed Conflict in the Information Age " at the 6th Annual Fordham Univ. Int'l Studies Conference (2013).

---- presented Dangerous Curves Ahead at Negotiating the Emerging Economy 21st Annual Aspen Institute Roundtable on Information Technology (2012).

---- presented Future.Gov at Governance in an Interconnected World, Atlantic Council (2011).

---- discussed Present and Future Security Challenges at the 2011 Annual Blouin Creative Leadership Summit.

---- participated in Addressing Complex Problems, Highlands Forum XLIII (OSD) (2010).

---- presented Social Implications at The Future of Work, 19th Annual Aspen Institute Roundtable on Information Technology (2010).

---- participated in National Security Strategies for a Transparent World, ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the National Strategy Forum (2010).

---- discussed Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, and National Security at "National Security Challenges and the Obama Administration," Duke University School of Law (2010).  

 

Recent Events:

The 4th Annual Common Good Forum and American Spirit Awards, Rethinking the Democracy Compact, New York (May 10, 2019).

 

2019 Annual BCLT/BTLJ Symposium, Governing Machines: Regulating Artificial Intelligence, Berkeley (Apr 4-5, 2019).

 

Munich Security Conference 2019, Munich (Feb. 15-17, 2019).

 

Kim Taipale presented "Artificial Intelligence, National Security and Law Enforcement," GISP2019, New York (Jan. 2019)

 

29th Annual World Congress Information Security Forum, Las Vegas (Oct. 27-30, 2018).

 

Third Annual Defense One Tech Summit, Washington, DC (Jun. 26, 2018).

 

The 4th Annual Common Good Forum and American Spirit Awards, Order and Disorder: The US and the World, New York (May 21, 2018).

 

Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2018, Munich (Feb. 16-18, 2018).

 

Kim Taipale presented "AI and the Future of Work," GISP2017, New York (Oct. 18. 2017).

 

Kim Taipale discussed "Blockchain and Government Services," PLENS, New York (Jun. 9, 2017).

 

3rd Annual The Common Good Forum and American Spirit Awards, New York, NY (May 5, 2017).

 

Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit VII, EastWest Institute, UC Berkeley, CA  (March 14-16, 2017).

 

Kim Taipale presented A Framework for Cyber-Deterrence at the Boston Global Forum Cybersecurity Day conference, Harvard University (Dec. 12, 2016).

 

MSC Cyber Security Summit Silicon Valley 2016 (Stanford University, Sep 19-20, 2016).

 

Kim Taipale moderated Globalization, Technology Innovation and Economic Disruption at the 2nd Annual The Common Good Forum, New York (May 27, 2016).

 

Kim Taipale discussed Technological Displacement: The Future of Work on GISP2016, New York (Apr. 18. 2016).

 

Kim Taipale discussed Identity, Social Trust and the Blockchain at the Global Information Society Project, New York (Mar. 9, 2016).

 

Kim Taipale participated in the Munich Security Conference Roundtable on International Cyber Security Norms, New York (Sep. 8, 2015).

 

Kim Taipale spoke on Privacy and National Security at the The 6th Annual Asian Leadership Conference, Seoul, Korea (May 19-20, 2015).

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