The Pardee Center for International Futures, in a partnership with Atlantic Council and Zurich Insurance, has completed an analysis on the future of demographic risk. The analysis has been published in four articles via Zurich Insurance, one article via Atlantic Council, and a reference report via the Pardee Center.
A new report finds that, by 2030, annual information communication technology (ICT)-related costs will likely be higher than incremental annual benefits, especially in high-income countries.
Dr. Barry Hughes traveled to Washington, DC, on May 19 for a two-part meeting with our partner team at the Atlantic Council. In the first session Dr. Hughes addressed the approach and preliminary results of a Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures project concerning the economic costs and benefits of cyber technology.
Please check out our team’s recent articles to learn more about our work and our suggestions for policymakers. Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer wrote two pieces for The Huffington Post. The first, published in early January, discusses the changes in global power dynamics and expands on our forecasts for the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report.
On Wednesday, April 17, Barry Hughes lectured at the EE Computer Systems Colloquium at Stanford University to share the capabilities of the International Futures (IFs) modeling system. While in California, he also gave a presentation in Menlo Park on the impact of emerging technologies on society.
Last month, the Atlantic Council’s China-U.S. Working Group released its new report, China-U.S. Cooperation: Key to the Global Future . The assessment expands upon previous reports, including the U.S.