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Date and Location

February 27, 2024
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM ET
Malkin Penthouse

Contact

617-495-4264
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​The Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia invites you to join us for a hybrid conversation on the influence of artificial intelligence on democracy. This year, emerging AI tools, disinformation campaigns, and the pervasive embedding of technology in society pose risks to democratic elections across the globe. This panel will explore such dynamics in Taiwan’s recent election and the upcoming US election and offer ways of thinking about — and countering — such threats. 

Speakers include:  

  • Wu Min Hsuan, DoubleThink Lab 
  • Bruce Schneier, Harvard Kennedy School 
  • Elettra Bietti, Northeastern University​

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Event details 

This event is open in person to Harvard-ID holders and specified guests only. Breakfast will be served.  

Anyone is welcome to register for the virtual discussion via Zoom. A recording will also be made available after the event.  

The Ash Center encourages individuals with disabilities to participate in its events. Should you wish to enquire about accommodation, please contact our events team at info@ash.harvard.edu prior to the event.   ​

Speakers and Presenters

Wu Min Hsuan, DoubleThink Lab 

Bruce Schneier, Harvard Kennedy School 

Elettra Bietti, Northeastern University​​

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