Category: digital democracy

Time to unite T-12 of techno-democracies vs. digital authoritarianism

     

China has adopted a proactive and strategic approach to embrace the age of artificial intelligence (AI) as part of a digital technology package that the regime has actively employed not… Read more »

Digital democracy vs techno-authoritarianism: ‘Existential crisis’ for Chinese firms

     

The spread of China’s “techno-authoritarianism,” its pursuit of the “innovation advantage,” and its incompatibility with the liberal democratic model is the focus of a new report. The underlying dynamics and… Read more »

Democracies push back against China

     

The contours of a new U.S.-China “tech cold war” have become clear, but who, if anyone, will benefit from this competition remains an open question, notes Adam Segal, Director of… Read more »

China waging global ‘hybrid war’: Beijing’s mass surveillance for secrets and scandal

     

The personal details of millions of people around the world have been swept up in a database compiled by a Chinese tech company with reported links to the country’s military… Read more »

Democratic resilience demands tackling disinformation

     

  For @NewYorker, I surveyed the world of Russian trolls, disinfo, and active measures: such threats exist, but to “exaggerate their prevalence and potency” risks providing “an overly convenient explanation… Read more »