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|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|