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|Project Q featured in article on quantum technologies and international relations published in Foreign Affairs|
Project Q led by Professor James Der Derian was recently featured in an article that explores the effects and implications of new quantum technologies on intenrationa relations, which was published on Foreign Affairs. Click to read the article.
|Project Q debuts 'Quantum Mind and Social Sciences' a video lecture by Professor Alexander Wendt|
Professor James Der Derian and the Project Q team recently premiered the final version of Professor Alexander Wendt's lecture about his book 'Quantum Mind and Social Science' at the ISA Conference last Thursday morning. Watch the video here.
|Listen to the full audio recording of the Q Lecture 'Terrorism in an Age of Quantum Insecurity' by Dr Jairus Grove|
The Q Lecture was presented by Dr. Jairus Grove (Center of Futures Studies, University of Hawaii) on 'Terrorism in an Age of Quantum Insecurity' on February 11, 2016. If you missed the lecture, listen to the full audio recording available courtesy of Sydney Ideas.
|Probing the peace and security implications of quantum innovation|
|Launch of Project Q's new website|
CISS has just launched the new website for 'Project Q: Peace and Security in a Quantum Age', a new project funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York that focuses on the significant and globa impact of quantum innovations.
|New updates to the Q2 Symposium blog|
Visit the qsymposium.net for new updates to the blog by Q rapporteur Benjamin Foldy, and new video clips of some of the speakers who presented at this year's Q2 Symposium.
|Carnegie Corporation of New York Announces Major Grant for New Quantum Project by the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney|
Who will benefit from and who will be harmed by the advent of quantum computing, communications and control? Are networked media, global surveillance and data-mining already producing quantum effects in world politics? Will a quantum revolution bring us better climate change forecasts, medical breakthroughs and increased cybersecurity? Or might it present us with feral algorithms, malicious artificial intelligence, and greater insecurity?
|Listen to the Q Lecture: Exit to the Planetarium presented by McKenzie Wark|
The full audio recording of Professor McKenzie Wark's presentation is now available online.
|Q Symposium documentary makes the list of film screenings at the ISA Annual Convention|
A preview of the Q Symposium documentary will screen alongside a series of film and video works by fellow IR scholars at this year's ISA Annual Convention in Toronto
|A new letter from the Director of the Centre for International Security Studies|
CISS Director James Der Derian writes about all things quantum, and the upcoming annual Michael Hintze Lecture and Q Symposium, 'Peace and Security in a Quantum Age'
|Visual threats: Lene Hansen’s Michael Hintze lecture to introduce first Q Symposium|
|Photographs from Abu Ghraib and Fallujah, the Muhammad Cartoons, and the video of the dying Iranian activist Neda are just a few examples of images playing decisive roles in security and foreign policy debates.On 20 February, Denmark’s first female Professor of International Relations Lene Hansen will present ‘In Defense of|