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    In the run-up to the first-ever Nobel Prize Summit, Project Syndicate – in partnership with the Nobel Foundation, the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, the US National Academy of Sciences, and the Stockholm Resilience Centre – is bringing together scientists, policymakers, business leaders, and Nobel laureates to analyze and debate some of the most pressing issues of our time. From climate change and biodiversity to inequality and digital disruption, the world’s leading thinkers will weigh in on the many dimensions of our increasingly urgent quest for a sustainable future.

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    Reeling in a Deal to Save the Ocean

    Helen Clark, et al.

    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.
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    Our AI Odyssey

    Joseph S. Nye, Jr.

    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.
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