Yes, We Need to Talk About Cutting Energy Demand
By focusing only on energy supply, the world is ignoring some of the cheapest and quickest ways to fight the crisis.
The United States and India Need a Digital Handshake
Mistrust and disagreements over privacy have impeded a partnership that could transform the global digital economy.
Will Washington Invest in Its Neighborhood?
The June Summit of the Americas is an opportunity to unveil a more ambitious regional economic strategy.
Why Is Madrid Pandering to Morocco?
Spain has traded five decades of neutrality on Western Sahara while getting nothing but a spyware scandal in return.
Western Companies Can Help Ukraine by Sending Work
Ukraine’s tech outsourcing sector, one of Europe’s largest, has adapted nimbly to the war.
Killer Robots Are Here—and We Need to Regulate Them
Once lethal autonomous weapons systems begin to spread, they will be difficult to control.
NFTs in Video Games Bring Laundered Money and Angry Players
Rushing to further monetize gaming adds to global social and environmental risk.
How Elon Musk’s Starlink Got Battle-Tested in Ukraine
Fast-expanding satellite broadband services are proving decisive during war and other emergencies.
The U.S. and China Need Ground Rules for AI Dangers
Autonomous weapon systems pose a serious escalatory risk.
Don’t Underestimate Ukraine’s Volunteer Hackers
Kyiv’s “IT army” could undermine Russia’s war narratives.
4 Reasons Why Putin’s War Has Changed Big Tech Forever
The conflict has permanently upended how the major platforms do business.
How Will New Export Controls Impact the Global Semiconductor Shortage?
The U.S. mirrors tactics used against China on Russia as war in Ukraine escalates.
In Sri Lanka, Organic Farming Went Catastrophically Wrong
A nationwide experiment is abandoned after producing only misery.
How the Occupation Fuels Tel Aviv’s Booming AI Sector
Israel hones invasive surveillance technology on Palestinians before it is exported abroad.
Is It Time for the U.S. to Issue a Digital Dollar?
Crucial foreign-policy questions need to be answered first.
Don’t Use Chips to Play Poker With Putin
Semiconductor blockades are powerful sanctions—but may not prove effective with Russia.
How to Fix Big Tech’s Diversity Problem
Tech companies around the world could easily recruit more women and minorities if only they knew where to look.