Nuclear Weapons, AI and CyberPeace
CyberPeace Podcast: To mark the International Day of Peace, Stéphane Duguin, CEO of the CyberPeace Institute, facilitated a discussion with Beatrice Fihn, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Nick Kelly, podcast host.
Human security calls us to consider securing the individual from fear, attacks and threats from all actors, especially from States, and to be on the lookout for disruptions to daily life, the mundane but essential foundations of reality — of survival. Human dignity and equity remind us that the bare minimum is not enough. Justice and fairness require a critical assessment of social structures, distribution of resources, access and opportunity. We cannot simply seek to secure the status quo. We must secure the human being. This requires much more than the absence of aggression or fear. As a moral imperative, CyberPeace is centered around and motivated by a concern for the well-being of individual human beings.
CyberPeace Podcast: How technologies like cyber and AI offer opportunities and risks for our interconnected global society, and how entities like the CyberPeace Institute and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) are working hard to give peace a chance?
- Stéphane Duguin, Chief Executive Officer, CyberPeace Institute
- Beatrice Fihn, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
- Nick Kelly, Podcast host
The CyberPeace Institute is an independent, non-profit organization with the mission to enhance the stability of cyberspace. It does so by supporting vulnerable communities, analysing attacks collaboratively, and advancing responsible behaviour in cyberspace.
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