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The Human City
Washington, DC

Around the globe, most new urban development has adhered to similar tenets: tall structures, small units, and high density.

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Boosting Broadband Competition
Washington, DC

Dr. Mark Cooper of the Consumer Federation of America will release a new white paper entitled the Special Problem of Special Access.

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Incubating Artificial Intelligence
Washington, DC

The early decades of the 21st century will serve as a sandbox for artificial intelligence-based technologies that will transform the globe.

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Things of the Internet
Washington, DC

An expert panel will discuss the minerals and metals that make-up the circuits, screens and batteries that power the Information Age.

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Future of War Conference 2016
Washington, DC

The Future of War Conference brings together a collection of experts to address key issues arising from the changing nature of war.

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PARTICIPATORY DEMOCRACY PROJECT
Rebuilding the Public’s Trust Begins with Trusting the Public
Washington, DC

In the wake of Trump and Flint, we explore more encouraging news about real democratic reforms happening in the United States.

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The Paris Pledge
Washington, DC

Join New America and the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions to discuss the gap between climate goals and climate action.

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Can Genetic Engineering Stop Zika?
Washington, DC

What might be the consequences of messing with the world’s deadliest animal? Are there other diseases that we may want to engineer away?

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The White House's Cybersecurity Priorities for 2016
Washington, DC

What will President Obama's legacy look like on cybersecurity?

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The Planet Remade
Washington, DC

In his new book, Oliver Morton argues that the risks of climate change merit serious action.

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Deploying Technology to Rescue the Past
Washington, DC

As ISIS campaigns to eradicate non-Islamic cultural heritage, we explore how new technologies can restore and preserve ancient relics.

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Amazon’s Book Monopoly
Washington, DC

Join New America’s Open Markets program for a discussion of Amazon’s book monopoly, and what it means for American readers and democracy.

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