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  • 17 Visions of Our Postpandemic World

    COVID-19 marks a transition between a past where we were much less prepared than we should have been, and a future that invites us to try to do better.

  • Science policy: For the public, by the public

    An ASU team led by CSPO Associate Director Mahmud Farooque calls on the Biden administration to create a special Participatory Technology Assessment unit to support policy decisionmaking.

    The team, in collaboration with the Day One Project, suggests that the outcomes of science and technology decisionmaking will improve through dialogue with informed, nonexpert citizens who are generally underrepresented in science and technology policymaking.

  • Not That Smart

    AI should serve, not compete with, human intelligence

    AI should advance human agency, rather than replace it. How can we assure that AI design and policy is human-centered?

  • Out of Chaos Comes Creativity and Innovation

    What Nurses Know About Innovating “In the Here and Now”

    The pandemic has shattered norms of medical knowledge production, revealing the key role of nurses—and trust—in innovation.

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