March 16, 2020

The Cyberlaw Podcast: The (Almost) COVID-19-Free Episode

If your podcast feed has suddenly become a steady diet of more or less the same COVID-19 stories, here’s a chance to listen to cyber experts talk about what they know about – cyberlaw. Our interview is with Elsa Kania, adjunct senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security and one of the most prolific researchers of China, technology, and national security. We talk about the relative strengths and weaknesses of the artificial intelligence ecosystems in the two countries.

Listen to the full conversation on the Lawfare Cyberlaw Podcast.

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