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Brookings 11/18/2019 07:00
When society uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help build judgments about individuals, fairness and equity are critical considerations. On Nov. 12, Brookings Fellow Nicol Turner-Lee sat down with Solon Barocas of Cornell University, Natasha Duarte of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and Karl Ricanek of the University of North Carolina Wilmington to discuss artificial…
Brookings 11/15/2019 16:24
To be sure, President Donald Trump continues to get many things wrong in regard to U.S. relations with Ukraine. According to recent reporting by The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, among others, he still thinks that Ukrainian officials tried to help Hillary Clinton defeat him in 2016. He thinks, also without evidence, that they have protected former Vice President…
Brookings 11/15/2019 15:15
As gun violence continues throughout the country, including a shooting at a California school this week, Brookings researchers have had some insights to offer on the intersection of guns, race, suicide, and public opinion. MOST AMERICANS ARE DISSATISFIED WITH THE STATUS QUO ON GUNS When it comes to identifying causes and solutions to gun violence,…
Brookings 11/15/2019 13:46
The United States faces a growing array of security challenges that will require focused strategic thought and budgetary commitment in the coming years. From the generational challenge of renewed competition with China and Russia to the threat posed by rogue actors like North Korea, the United States will be unable to address all these issues…
Brookings 11/15/2019 10:51
This September, The New York Times published an opinion piece—“Something Special Is Happening in Rural America”—that flipped the traditional narrative of modern rural America on its head. It argued that instead of homogeneous, backward places that people want to escape from, rural communities are home to deeply rooted social and emotional attachments, as well as…
Brookings 11/15/2019 09:36
Presidential candidates are pushing for “free” community college for all; Douglas Harris described some of the early details here on the Chalkboard earlier this year. Greater access to community college is a clearly overdue policy for reasons we also talked about here in July, and it’s worth thinking through some of the details. (As an…
Brookings 11/14/2019 15:06
This week in Class Notes: The African American Male Achievement Program significantly reduced drop-out rates among Black male students, particularly those in 9th grade. Children of immigrants have higher rates of upward mobility than children of U.S.-born parents. California’s 2004 Paid Family Leave Act reduced the number of children born and, by decreasing mothers’ time at work, increased time spent…
Brookings 11/14/2019 14:59
In September, the World Bank released a new report that provides an update on global migration and its role in economic development. The report, Leveraging Economic Migration for Development, highlights the increase in the number of global migrants, rising remittances, and changing attitudes towards migrants. The report focuses on economic or voluntary migrants, who make…
Brookings 11/14/2019 14:03
Last month’s Russia-Africa summit—the first of its kind—ended with the usual optics and photo-ops, but also spawned $12.5 billion in business deals, largely in arms and grains. Beyond the splashy show of unity and camaraderie, the summit also raised a number of questions—namely, what does Russia really want from Africa? How will Africa’s traditional allies,…
Brookings 11/14/2019 12:17
When many people and policymakers think of Americans who earn low wages, they may believe these workers are mostly students, or temps, or secondary earners—and thus not be too troubled by their fluid economic situation. In a new Brookings analysis, however, we find the picture is not so simple. More than 53 million people—or 44%…
Brookings 11/14/2019 11:19
Tracy Hadden Loh is a fellow with the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Center at the Brookings Institution. Prior to joining Brookings, Tracy was senior data scientist at the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at the George Washington University School of Business. She was previously the director of research at the Rails-to-Trails…
Brookings 11/14/2019 11:15
Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly entering health care and serving major roles, from automating drudgery and routine tasks in medical practice to managing patients and medical resources. As developers create AI systems to take on these tasks, several risks and challenges emerge, including the risk of injuries to patients from AI system errors, the…
Brookings 11/14/2019 11:14
Around the world, democracies are under stress. According to Freedom House, 2018 marked the 13th consecutive year of decline in global freedom. In Europe alone, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sought to consolidate control over the judiciary and the media, eliminate checks on power, rig elections, and stifle independent civil society organizations and academia.…

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