Members of the Fletcher community respond to recent events
Bhaskar Chakravorti argues that AI technology is too important to be left in the clutches of Silicon Valley in his latest Foreign Policy article.
The Pegasus expose shows that time has come for trans-national treaties to stall surveillance by rogue governments and corporations
Bhaskar Chakravorti writes: Nurtured by repressive governments and with exports to other governments aspiring to similar heights of repression, the global surveillance industry is booming.
Bhaskar Chakavorti writes this opinion piece in WIRED about why the Biden administration needs to address the artificial intelligence revolution.
Amy Myers Jaffe outlines the importance of electrical storage technology for developing U.S. electric grid resiliency and for competing with countries that are investing in energy research and development in The Hill.
Bhaskar Chakravorti shares key findings from new research from Digital Planet, which analyzes digital inequalities across the 50 U.S. states, in Harvard Business Review.
Bhaskar Chakravorti discusses the obstacles that FTC chair Lina Khan faces in reframing the fundamentals of the antitrust complaint against Facebook.
Alvin Camba of Fletcher’s Climate Policy Lab discusses his research that sheds light on why countries choose to work with Chinese partners in The Washington Post.
Josephine Wolff discusses the role that insurance plays in the ransomware economy, via her article in The New York Times.
Companies recruiting in STEM fields need to look beyond Atlanta and Miami, advises Bhaskar Chakravorti in his op-ed in Bloomberg.