Technology, Economics, And Governance News Roundup | September 30 – October 7
Fri, 10/07/2022 – 19:58
In this week’s edition, Biden shares concerns over the risk of nuclear conflict, CSIS reports on Taiwanese companies’ geopolitical concerns, the White House releases the “Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights,” Albania considered invoking Article Five after July’s cyberattack, and the Supreme Court prepares to weigh in on four potentially game-changing cases about content moderation. Additionally, federal regulators are losing antitrust cases, the former Uber chief security officer is found guilty of concealing a 2016 hack, and an industry pioneer claims returns on investment in driverless cars are still a long way off.
Industrial Policy & International Security
Biden warns of growing nuclear risk as Ukraine slams Russia for Drone use | Wall Street Journal
During a speech at a Democratic fundraiser, President Biden warned that we are facing the highest risk of nuclear conflict since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. While there is no new intelligence indicating Russia is planning to use nuclear weapons, Putin is escalating his war in Ukraine in an attempt to reverse Russia’s losses. In addition to mobilizing reservists on a massive scale, Russia is now targeting …read more
Source:: Hoover Institution