8th October, 6pm – 7pm, OC0.01 (The Oculus, University of Warwick) Roundtable discussion: Outer space and society Organised by: Warwick SYP 23rd October, 6:00-7:30. MS.04 (Maths & Stats, University of Warwick) How to win a Nobel Peace Prize? Guest speakers: Dr Rebecca Johnson (ICAN) and Professor John Finney Organised by: Warwick SYP 31st October, 5pm-6:30pm, SOAS London ‘The […]
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News from SYP UK – social media paper published, Nicolas in Russia
Over the next twelve months, Student/Young Pugwash UK will be publishing ideas and research from our members about the risks and opportunities of emerging technologies. Our first paper is a think piece by Dávid Almási, an undergraduate at University of Warwick, who considers whether changes in mass communication technologies will affect how governments justify but […]
“Emerging technologies and strategic anti-submarine warfare”
British Pugwash discussion meeting Thursday 26 April, 18.00-19.30 “Emerging technologies and strategic anti-submarine warfare”. Sebastian Brixey-Williams presents findings from a joint British Pugwash/BASIC project.
Artificial Intelligence: An Existential Threat? (Warwick Pugwash, 28th November)
Warwick Pugwash and Warwick Philosophy Society are excited to be hosting a joint event discussing AI and its implications for the future of international security! They will be hosting a couple of speakers who will deliver a short presentation each, followed by lots of time for discussion and debate. Speakers: – Dr. Anders Sandberg (University […]
British Pugwash Annual Report 2016
Key topics: developments on the international disarmament scene; Trident: emerging technologies; the NPT RevCon and the Disarmament Institute(BRINDI); science and ethics; energy policy and climate change
Impact of Emerging Technologies on the Future of SSBNs, September 2016 Conference: Reports
Two new reports assess the effect of emerging undersea technologies on ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) and strategic stability. They arise from work led by British Pugwash with BASIC in a close, supporting role.