AARON WILLIAMSON, THE VALUEWEB. CIFAR AI & SOCIETY. SUSTAINABILITY IN THE DIGITAL AGE WORKSHOP, MONTREAL SEPT. 18–20, 2020.

Current Issue – June 2020

AI and Climate Change

Digital technologies have created new opportunities to understand and manage global systemic risks, and drive the societal transformations needed to overcome them. In the case of climate change, tools are being explored to track carbon, analyze climate risks, and reimagine climate governance. The digital sector is also helping to mitigate the cascading impacts of emerging crises.




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Departments


Call for Papers
ISTAS 2020
 
President'sMessage
Be Well
Robert Dent  
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
 
Masthead
Masthead
 
Special Issue Introduction
Sustainability in the Digital Age
Amy Luers, Lyse Langlois, Mathilde Mougeot, Sana Kharaghani, and Alexandra Luccioni  
Commentary
Leveraging Digital Disruptions for a Climate-Safe and Equitable World: The D^2S Agenda
Amy Luers, Jennifer Garard, Asun Lera St. Clair, Owen Gaffney, Tom Hassenboehler, Lyse Langlois, Mathilde Mougeot, and Alexandra Luccioni
* Refereed Article
Opinion
Estimating Carbon Emissions of Artificial Intelligence
Alexandra Luccioni, Alexandre Lacoste, and Victor Schmidt  
Book Review
Paranoid Science
A. David Wunsch  
Book Review
Are We There Yet?
David N. Lucsko  

Features


Algorithmic Reflexive Governance for Socio-Techno-Ecological Systems
Jeremy Pitt, John Dryzek, and Josiah Ober
* Refereed Article
We Need Standards for Digital Cooperation to Occur
Michel Girard
* Refereed Article

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