This event was the second in a series of events. The first focused on privacy. The next one will focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will be on March 6
During spring quarter 2018, a group of Jackson School undergraduates and graduate students spent the quarter tackling the issue of systemic cyber risk as part of an Applied Research Project
IPI Program Coordinator Michael Walstrom reached out to Cybersecurity Fellow Grant Dailey to learn more about his experiences conducting and guiding research. Grant Dailey is a concurrent Masters student in
As cyber-information technologies became “weapons of choice” in today’s geopolitics, the leading nation-states have engaged in the so-called latest technological race. The governments recognize the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchain in offensive and defensive applications, and security, placing significant attention on the rapid adoption of these emerging technologies. Russia in particular has been “claiming” to pioneer blockchain technology.
Speakers from the public and private sector spent the afternoon addressing the emerging and persistent data privacy issues while calling attention to future challenges and potential threats. The speakers were Frances Dewing, the CEO and Co-Founder of Rubica, Inc.; Ivana Lichtscheidl, the Director of Compliance, Privacy, and HIPAA Security Officer of Pioneer Human Services; and Ann Nagel, the UW’s Associate Vice Provost for Privacy, University Privacy Officer, and European Union General Data Protection Officer. The Jackson School of International Studies’ Professor Sara Curran was the moderator of the panel.
On December 10, 2018, a Jackson School Global Research Group of students and faculty assembled near the Husky Union Building before driving to Microsoft HQ in Redmond. Their task: Provide members of
A series on: Cybersecurity and technology futures Sponsored by the University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies, Information School, Women’s Center Join us for engaging discussions with leaders from business, government,
In 2018, the team produced an analysis of the factors influencing the rise of new global data powers (data tigers) and identified which countries are likely to emerge as major
International Policy Institute senior fellows Chris Seiple (Religion) and Jessica Beyer (Cybersecurity) are teaching innovative courses winter quarter of 2019. Chris Seiple will teach Cross-Cultural Religious Literacy (JSIS 578). Cross-Cultural
In 2015, police officers in the United States killed 94 unarmed people— dropping to 51 persons in 2016 and rising to 68 persons in 2017, according to data gathered by