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Future-proofing Democracy In the Age of AI with Audrey Tang

Episode Summary

Is there a vision of our future where AI can help our democracies thrive, rather than just survive? With election season underway, Taiwan’s Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang returns to the podcast to discuss how to create a resilient democracy in the age of AI.

Episode Notes

What does a functioning democracy look like in the age of artificial intelligence? Could AI even be used to help a democracy flourish? Just in time for election season, Taiwan’s Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang returns to the podcast to discuss healthy information ecosystems, resilience to cyberattacks, how to “prebunk” deepfakes, and more. 


Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens by Martin Gilens and Benjamin I. Page

This academic paper addresses tough questions for Americans: Who governs? Who really rules? 

Recursive Public

Recursive Public is an experiment in identifying areas of consensus and disagreement among the international AI community, policymakers, and the general public on key questions of governance

A Strong Democracy is a Digital Democracy

Audrey Tang’s 2019 op-ed for The New York Times

The Frontiers of Digital Democracy

Nathan Gardels interviews Audrey Tang in Noema


Digital Democracy is Within Reach with Audrey Tang

The Tech We Need for 21st Century Democracy with Divya Siddarth

How Will AI Affect the 2024 Elections? with Renee DiResta and Carl Miller

The AI Dilemma

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