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Governments have long promised to reduce destructive fisheries subsidies in order to curb unsustainable and unprofitable fishing activity. The World Trade Organization’s upcoming 12th Ministerial Conference in Geneva will test the credibility of that pledge.
call on governments to end harmful fisheries subsidies at the upcoming WTO Ministerial Conference.
No longer the stuff of science fiction, artificial intelligence is already threatening to upend politics, war, and wide swaths of the economy. Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt, and MIT’s Daniel Huttenlocher offer a primer on what to expect next.
reviews a highly anticipated new book on artificial intelligence by Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt, and Daniel Huttenlocher.