What does the rise of artificial intelligence, the next generation of deep fakes, ubiquitous sensors, quantum computing, and other emerging technology mean for our collective future? How can governments, businesses, societies, and individuals equip themselves to navigate the changing landscape of cybersecurity threats? Most importantly, where are the opportunities for new digital information technologies to enhance human welfare, and how can we be proactive to help realize that potential?
Join Steven Weber, director of UC Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity and a professor in the School of Information, and Amit Elazari, director of global cybersecurity at Intel and lecturer at Berkeley’s School of Information, for a timely and provocative exploration of human interaction with computers and technology, and a forecast of cybersecurity in 2024 to illuminate what’s at stake today.
Faculty Director, Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity
Professor, I School & Political Science
Steven Weber is a specialist in International Relations and International Political Economy with expertise in international and national security; the impact of technology on national systems of innovation, defense, and deterrence; and the political economy of knowledge-intensive industries particularly software and pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Amit Elazari Bar On is the director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel and a lecturer at UC Berkeley School of Information Master in Cybersecurity program.
She graduated her Doctor of Science of the Law (J.S.D.) from UC Berkeley School of Law. During her time at Berkeley she was a CLTC (Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity) Grantee, as well as a member of AFOG, Algorithmic Fairness and Opacity Working Group at Berkeley. In 2017, Amit was a CTSP Fellow.