Cyberspace Disorder and New Technologies


Monday, November 23, 3.00 – 5.00 PM CET

Artificial Intelligence and its applications have so far suffered from growing unrest, disorder, and lack of normative solutions in cyberspace. As such, from algorithm biases, to surveillance and offensive applications, AI could accelerate multiple growing threats and challenges in and through cyberspace. How it is possible to govern this path-breaking technology? Is it too late to avoid an AI-powered cyber-Armageddon?

Opening Remarks

Laura Carpini, Cybersecurity Coordinator, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
Introductory Speeches
John R. Allen, President, The Brookings Institution
Giampiero Massolo, President, ISPI
Governing the AI normative void
Chair: Fabio Rugge, Head, Centre on Cybersecurity, ISPI
Paolo Benanti, Professor, Pontifical Gregorian University
Massimo Tedeschi, CTO – Cyber Security Division, Leonardo
Darrell West, Senior Fellow, Center for Technology Innovation, Douglas Dillon Chair in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution
AI-Dystopias in contemporary worlds
Chair: Caitlin Chin, Research Analyst, Center for Technology Innovation, The Brookings Institution 
Thomas A. Campbell, Founder & CEO, FutureGrasp
Samuele Dominioni, Research Fellow, Centre on Cybersecurity, ISPI

The conference will be held on the occasion of the release of the ISPI Centre on Cybersecurity‘s annual report, published in cooperation with The Brookings Institution and with the support of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
The conference will be held in English.
ISPI is hosting this event online. To join the meeting please register below.

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