Artificial intelligence companies and other AI experts are urging the UN to ban the technology in weapons, but are they exaggerating the danger and threat for their own interests? Story Transcript Eddie Conway: Welcome to The Real News. I’m Eddie Conway coming to you from Baltimore. Recently, there has been reports of artificial intelligent weapons […]
Author Archives: Daniel Bertrand Monk
Daniel Bertrand Monk holds the George R. and Myra T. Cooley Chair in Peace and Conflict Studies at Colgate University, where he is a professor of Geography and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. He is the author of An Aesthetic Occupation as well as a number of other studies on: the Israel-Palestine conflict, Middle East Wars, the Post-Conflict Environments, Refugees and Humanitarianism, Critical Security Studies, and the politics of Neoliberalism. Monk has been awarded a Mac-Arthur Foundation Fellowship in International Peace and Security, as well as a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for his research on contemporary conflict. At Colgate University, he is currently the convener of a distributed publishing initiative called ‘The War Seminar,’ in partnership with the Journal, Critical Studies on Security [CSoS].