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China's Development: Assessing the Implications ()CPDS Home Contact: Structural Incompatibility Puts Global Growth at Risk Are East Asian Economic Models Sustainable? Babes in the Asian Woods Beyond 'The China Choice' Reading China's Mind? Comments on Australia's Strategic Edge in 2030 Friction between China and Japan: The End of the Asian 'Century'?
- Acupuncture Warfare: China’s Cyberwar Doctrine and . . .
Space has been called the new high ground in war, but cyber-space is truly the new frontier that has made boundaries irrelevant War can now be waged against a military adversary from any computer on earth Recent events highlight how this has been happening with increasing frequency
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- NCE 2015
Introduction This is a time of huge opportunity In the second half of 2015, world leaders will agree on new Sustainable Development Goals and how to finance them, and negotiate a comprehensive new climate change treaty
- Siri, Siri, in my hand: Who’s the fairest in the land? On . . .
Artificial intelligence (AI)—defined as a system’s ability to correctly interpret external data, to learn from such data, and to use those learnings to achieve specific goals and tasks through flexible adaptation—is a topic in nearly every boardroom and at many dinner tables
- China’s Capital Markets - ASIFMA
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- Artificial Intelligence, International Competition, and . . .
World leaders, CEOs, and academics have suggested that a revolution in artificial intelligence is upon us Are they right, and what will advances in artificial intelligence mean for international competition and the balance of power? This article evaluates how developments in artificial intelligence (AI) — advanced, narrow applications in particular — are poised to influence military power
- Rubles, Dollars, and Power: U. S. Intelligence on the . . .
Editor’s Note: This essay is the first of a new feature for the Texas National Security Review From this point forward, we will be publishing thoughtful and original responses to scholarship and essays published here and in other journals