Category Technology Policy

GW WonkCast S3E10-2: Regulating the Internet

The original GW WonkCast moderator Nathan Rupp returns! And he’s here to talk about regulating the internet! Nathan joins co-Hosts Natalia Abrahams, Jessica Blackband, and Gabe Moss. Who has platform power and control on the internet? What laws regulate it? What would happen if websites like Facebook began to charge individually for their services? Dear […]

GW WonkCast S3E9-2: Above the Fold: Using Predictive Analytics to Address Gun Violence in Schools

Last Friday, the GW WonkCast team joined WRGW News to discuss a new approach to a timely and difficult issue: gun violence. co-Host Erik LaDue and Brief Policy Perspectives Staff Writer Cory Lancaster join WRGW News anchors Harris Kay and Robert O’Shaughnessy to discuss how predictive analytics could be used to reduce gun violence in schools. […]

GW WonkCast S3E4-3: Above the Fold: Automation and the U.S. Workforce

This week’s Above the Fold covers domestic automation and how new technologies and artificial intelligence are impacting the American workforce. Recorded live at GW’s WRGW radio station, GW WonkCast co-Host Katherine Lundie and blog Staff Writer Cory Lancaster join Harris Kay, Robert O’Shaughnessy, and Matthew Williams from the WRGW News team. Hear about the new Amazon […]

GW WonkCast S3E3-1: Below the Fold

Data servers, eggs, and memos are all cracking. This week’s Below the Fold covers the CareFirst health care data breach, the Nunes memo that alleges the FBI abused its surveillance authority to target a former foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, and Panera’s request to the Food and Drug Administration to legally define eggs. Moderator Jessica Blackband, […]

GW WonkCast S2E9: Bridging Government and Technology

Keeping up with technology innovation isn’t just hard for consumers; it’s hard for policy makers, too. This week’s GW WonkCast features special guest GW MPP Cory Lancaster who focuses on technology policy to talk about the intersection between technology culture, policy culture, how they’re different, how they’re similar, and how technology has the power to […]