International Tech Policy Podcast Archives

Alexandra Channer: Automation, Displacement and Slavery in Southeast Asia (Ep. 166)

Alexandra Channer: Automation, Displacement and Slavery in Southeast Asia (Ep. 166)

Dr. Alexandra Channer (@channer_alex) is a human rights advisor for business, helping to identify and mitigate impacts resulting from their commercial activities and relationships. She has a technical background in risk analysis and due diligence for labour standards, civil and political rights and community impacts.

Jonathan Friebert: Public Policy and the Future of Retail — A Starter’s Guide (Ep. 162)

Jonathan Friebert: Public Policy and the Future of Retail — A Starter’s Guide (Ep. 162)

Jonathan Friebert, U.S. Head of Public Policy of China’s largest retailer, JD.com, joined us to discuss the public policies that are most crucial to the future of retail.

Brook Bello: Tech and Tech Policy Solutions to End Sex Trafficking (Ep. 160)

Brook Bello: Tech and Tech Policy Solutions to End Sex Trafficking (Ep. 160)

Dr. Brook Bello (@BrookBello) is Founder and CEO/ED of More Too Life, Inc., — an anti-sexual violence, human trafficking and youth crime prevention organization that was named by United Way Worldwide as one of the best in the nation.

Tiffany Moore: Trade, 5G, and Beyond: The Policy Landscape for Consumer Tech (Ep. 159)

Tiffany Moore: Trade, 5G, and Beyond: The Policy Landscape for Consumer Tech (Ep. 159)

Tiffany Moore (@TiffanyMMoore) currently serves as Senior Vice President of Political and Industry Affairs for the Consumer Technology Association.  Promoted to the newly created position in April 2018, Tiffany’s expanded role includes overseeing CTA’s U.S. Jobs, and Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.  In addition, Tiffany leads the association’s advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill on issues including communications and technology policy, patent litigation reform, strategic immigration reform and international trade, and overseeing CTA’s political action committee CTAPAC.

Petra Molnar: Automated Decision-Making and Immigration — The Human Rights Impact (Ep. 158)

Petra Molnar: Automated Decision-Making and Immigration — The Human Rights Impact (Ep. 158)

Petra Molnar joined us to discuss her new paper which looks at the human rights impact of automated decision-making and immigration.

Sean Perryman: How to Promote Diversity & Inclusion in Tech (Ep. 157)

Sean Perryman: How to Improve Diversity & Inclusion in Tech (Ep. 157)

Sean Perryman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanperryman/) is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion Policy and Counsel at the Internet Association. He is responsible for leading IA’s advocacy efforts around diversity, inclusion, and workforce-related policies at the local, state, and federal level.

Joe Jerome: An overview of GDPR requirements (Ep. 130)

Joe Jerome: An overview of GDPR requirements (Ep. 130)

Joseph Jerome (@joejerome) is a Policy Counsel on CDT’s Privacy & Data Project. His work focuses on the legal and ethical questions posed by smart technologies and big data, and he is interested in developing transparency and accountability mechanisms and procedures around novel uses of data.

Jessica Lee: The Cyberwarfare Capability of North Korea (Ep.106)

Jessica Lee: The Cyberwarfare Capability of North Korea (Ep. 106)

Jessica Lee is the Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Council of Korean Americans (CKA)(@CouncilKA). Jessica works closely with the Executive Director and CKA members to define CKA’s policy agenda and advocacy strategy. Jessica leads research and analysis on leading issues of importance to Korean Americans.

Prior to joining CKA, Jessica was a Resident Fellow at the Pacific Forum CSIS in Honolulu, HI. At the Pacific Forum, Jessica published articles on security and economic relations in East Asia. She brings a decade of public and private sector experience in Washington. Previously, Jessica was the director of a nonprofit organization specializing in women’s leadership training and development. She was also a senior manager of The Asia Group, LLC, a strategy and capital advisory firm.

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfare with Gregory Allen (Ep. 101)

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfare with Gregory Allen (Ep. 101)

How will Artificial Intelligence (AI) Affect Warfare? In today’s episode we discuss the role of artificial intelligence in the future of warfare. What are the risks? How is the United States likely to fare in confrontations involving the use of AI? In a recent paper, Center for a New American Security Fellow Greg Allen and his co-author, Taniel Chan, illustrate both the risks and opportunities for the use of AI in warfare. We discuss these findings plus lessons learned from previous