Our partners and colleagues from the International Centre for Social and Political Studies and Consulting of Moscow (ISCPSC) reported the panel discussion “Artificial Intelligence and International Psychological Security: Theoretical and Practical Implications” held on November 12th, 2020, at St. Petersburg State University as part of the international conference “Strategic Communications in Business and Politics” (STRATCOM-2020).
Tag: Artificial Intelligence
ASRIE Analytica has published the third volume of Geopolitical Report titled "Coronavirus Pandemics, Huawei 5G Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Psychological Operations" written by Professor Evgeny Pashentsev. The report analyses an example of high-tech psychological warfare, which is the communication control chains (CCCs) created by various actors within the framework of psychological warfare.
ASRIE Analytica has released its first publication in 2020 dedicated to the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence (MUAI) and the impact it might have on international psychological security. In this report, ASRIE Analytica decided to give the opportunity to some Russian researchers to describe their activities in Great Britain when they attended several events in the United Kingdom to focus the attention of the academic world and the media on MUAI and possible future consequences on the international psychological security.
As Andrew Ng stated, Artificial Intelligence is witnessing an early inning in India. Indeed, AI might bring a huge set of opportunities for the Asian country as well as a colossal challenge.
Terrorist Psychological Campaigns enhanced by Artificial Intelligence technologies and their neutralization
The capabilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning are growing at an unprecedented rate and leading terrorist organizations try and will try more to use Big Data, prognostic weapons and AI as efficient instruments in their asymmetric warfare efforts through Internet.
ASRIE supported the academic discussion in Khanty-Mansiysk and Moscow on Artificial Intelligence and international psychological security
ASRIE supported the panel discussion “Malicious use of artificial intelligence and international psychological security” of the UNESCO Conference in Khanty-Mansiysk and continued at the eponymous research seminar at the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Book presentation “Strategic Communication in EU-Russia Relations: Tensions, Challenges and Opportunities” in Rome
On October 2nd, 2018 the Italian Society for the International Organization (SIOI) hosted the presentation of the book "Strategic Communication in EU-Russia Relations: Tensions, Challenges and Opportunities" attended by Professor Evgeny N. Pashentsev from the Diplomatic Academy of Moscow, and Giuliano Bifolchi from ASRIE.