Are recent technological developments in artificial intelligence (AI) revolutionary, calamitous, something in between? Are they inevitable, spontaneous, unpredictable? Jason Tucker examines states who actively shape developments in AI health. The challenge is bringing the public back into decision-making in these developments Read more
SCOTUS recently overturned the federal right to abortion, leaving many open questions about the future of abortion policy, both in the US and around the globe. Danielle Pullan compares the new post-Roe abortion policy landscape in the US to the current state of abortion governance in Europe, highlighting its similarity to the EUโs approach Read more
India is the seventh-richest country in the world. Yet it recently recorded the highest-ever daily death toll from Covid-19. It's a disaster, write Vittorio Bufacchi and Urmi Bhattacharyya, caused by Indiaโs gross inequalities, along with misguided political decisions and policies throughout the country's pandemic response Read more
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