Stanford Social Innovation Review – China’s New Model of Blockchain-Driven Philanthropy

My co-authored article with Xiaofeng Wang was chosen as the cover story for the current issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review. Please click here for the article.

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Best Paper – Information Systems Division – ASAC 2019

Jim Denford (Royal Military College, Canada), Greg Dawson (Arizona State University) and I were pleased to see that our paper was the best paper for the Information Systems division at…

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AI and India – Brookings #TechTank

As artificial intelligence technologies take over larger number of tasks, India will face unique impacts of automation relative to other countries. With its large and young population, advances in AI…

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Cyber Storm International Conference – Australian Defence Force Academy

I will be delivering a plenary talk at the Cyber Storm International Conference on Weaponizing Information Systems for Political Disruption. Click here to see the meeting agenda.

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ICMA 19 on 2019 – Smart Communities, Digitization, Autonomous Systems

To read more about my thoughts on smart communities, autonomous systems, and the future of our cities, please visit the ICMA 19 on 2019 book.

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Artificial Intelligence: What does the future hold for India?

I will participate on the Future of Work panel at the PanIIT Conclave 2019 in New Delhi, India (Jan 19-20, 2019). To read more about the panel, please click here.…

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Fragile Cities in the Developed World: A Conceptual Framework

J. David Selby (PhD Candidate, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University) and I have an article accepted in Cities. Abstract: Cities, like any complex adaptive systems, may become increasingly fragile if…

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