sabato, Giugno 15, 2024


Tra i temi proposti:

– Questioni etiche intorno ai big data e all’intelligenza artificiale;

– La Cina ha varato il piano 2021-2035 sulla protezione della proprietà intellettuale, guardando a big data, intelligenza artificiale, algoritmi, tecnologia genetica;

– La Cina riduce il divario con gli USA nella spesa per ricerca & sviluppo;

– La Cina ad Amburgo;

– UAE e UK. Accordo per intelligenza artificiale e difesa;

– Il futuro della difesa francese;

– L’industria della difesa in Grecia;

– Bitcoin in El Salvador;

– Rischio inflazione per i Paesi in via di sviluppo;

– ONU. Catastrofe per i diritti umani nel Myanmar;

– UNICEF. La gioventù di Haiti in pericolo;

– Un report sulle prossime elezioni in Iraq

Buona lettura ! 


Nel cyber, in difesa, d’intelligence … fino allo spazio

BESA Center:

– The Greek Defense Industry in the 21st Century: Hope at Last? (Spyridon Plakoudas)

Defense News:

– UAE, Britain ink defense research and AI tech deals. Here’s what comes next (Agnes Helou)

– French submarine snub tests EU defense cooperation avenues (Sebastian Sprenger)

– Northrop tests interoperability between advanced airborne radar and electronic warfare system (Mark Pomerleau)

– Watchdog expects delays to Space Force’s next missile warning satellites (Nathan Strout)

– Next-gen tech investments, platform upgrades lead France’s 2022 defense budget (Sebastian Sprenger)

Defense One:

– Learn to Use Data or Risk Dying in Battle, New Army Project Teaches (Patrick Tucker)

– Biden Just Gave France Something More Valuable than a Submarine Contract (Kevin Baron)

– Racial Division, Troops’ Role in Protests Has Hurt Minority Recruiting, Air Force Says (Tara Copp)

Security Affairs:

– Hikvision cameras could be remotely hacked due to critical flaw (Pierluigi Paganini)

– US CISA, FBI, and NSA warn an escalation of Conti ransomware attacks (Pierluigi Paganini)

– Crystal Valley hit by ransomware attack, it is the second farming cooperative shut down in a week (Pierluigi Paganini)

Space News:

– NASA splits human spaceflight directorate into two organizations (Jeff Foust)

– Starliner test flight likely to slip to 2022 (Jeff Foust)

– Rocket Lab to launch Astroscale inspection satellite (Jeff Foust)

– Court filing outlines Blue Origin’s case against NASA SpaceX lunar lander award (Jeff Foust)

– Exo-Space pivots to meet demand for on-orbit processing (Debra Werner)

– GAO steps up criticism of Space Force’s missile-warning satellite procurement (Sandra Erwin)

– Xona Space Systems fully funds GPS-alternative demo mission (Jason Rainbow)

– Space Force discussions with private sector on future space architecture to remain classified (Sandra Erwin)

– Terran Orbital acquires new satellite development facility (Debra Winter)

The Jamestown Foundation:

– Russia’s Military Boosts Electromagnetic Spectrum Capability (Roger McDermott)

– Azerbaijan Increasingly Critical of Russia’s Peacekeeping Mission in Karabakh (Vasif Huseynov)


Viaggio nei mondi e nelle questioni globali


– Iraq’s Elections: Will Boycott Efforts Delegitimize or Entrench Discredited Status Quo? (Geneive Abdo)

Atlantic Council:

– Getting from commitment to content in AI and data ethics: Justice and explainability (John Basl, Ronald Sandler, and Steven Tiell)

– Syria after the fall of Kabul: A European perspective (Michel Duclos)

– Mourned by some, cursed by others, former President Bouteflika left Algeria ill-prepared for the future (Andrew G. Farrand)

– Iran ‘won’ the war with Iraq but at a heavy price (Barbara Slavin, Abbas Kadhim)

BESA Center:

– Afghanistan Has Lessons for the Gulf (James M. Dorsey)

– Afghanistan’s Woes Will Haunt America (Reza Parchizadeh)

East Asia Forum:

– Bangladesh’s COVID-19 response leaves people with disabilities behind (Debashis Sarker)

– China’s growing cooperation with BIMP-EAGA (Ngeow Chow Bing)

Global Times:

– China helps Uruguay address climate change by providing equipment (Lu Yameng)

– China will be the most efficient country in the world in reducing carbon emissions: official

– US must act first to reopen consulates in Chengdu, Houston: Chinese ambassador

– Profits of state-owned enterprises in Beijing will reach 150 billion yuan by 2025

– MOF issues 8-billion-yuan bonds in Hong Kong

– China’s R&D spending narrows gap with US, ranking second in world: NBS

– COSCO expands footprint in European by acquiring shares of Hamburg terminal (Zhang Dan)

– China issues 15-year plan for IPR protection, with legislation to cover big data, AI

– Developed countries should quit empty talks and take real actions to tackle climate change (Song Lin)

– Falling iron ore prices, demand to hit Australia’ trade with China: experts

– China’s housing market cools down amid tight regulations to combat speculation (Xie Jun)


– El Salvador’s Bitcoin Folly (Jeffrey Frankel)

– The Developing World’s Hidden Inflation Risks (Rabah Arezki, Jean-Pierre Landau)

– How to Avert a Global Climate Catastrophe (Omar Razzaz)

The Jamestown Foundation:

– Sanctions on Belarus Will Not Bring Regime Change (Grigory Ioffe, The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

UN News:

– Human rights ‘catastrophe’ in Myanmar: UN calls for urgent action

– South Sudan plagued by violence and corruption, Human Rights Council hears

– UNICEF: Haiti children vulnerable to ‘violence, poverty and displacement’

US Department of State:

– Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with the P5 Foreign Ministers

– Secretary Antony J. Blinken at UN Security Council Meeting on Climate and Security

– Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with French Foreign Minister Le Drian

– Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with ASEAN Foreign Ministers

– Counselor Chollet’s Meeting with Burmese Representatives


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