Di Cooke on the Societal and Security Implications of Artificial Intelligence

In a new Seedcamp Deep Dive, Carlos’s guest is Di Cooke, AI Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), research affiliate at the Center of the Study for Existential Risk at the University of Cambridge, and a doctoral candidate in war studies at King’s College in London. Her research interests lie at the intersection of defense, intelligence, and AI.


Their conversation revolves around the societal and security implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI), from the existential risks that AI could create, to the role of AI in national and international security. They also explore how AI technologies, and especially synthetic media, are augmenting and exacerbating societal and ethical issues and discuss potential initiatives and policies that can help to address these issues. 

They also examine the risks, potential misuses, and opportunities presented by AI, especially in the field of open-source intelligence (OSINT).

Last but not least, they delve into different stakeholder’s roles in re-establishing societal trust.

Show Notes:

Di Cooke – linkedin.com/in/dcooke34/

Carlos Espinal – linkedin.com/in/carloseduardoespinal

Centre for Strategic and International Studies – csis.org

Seedcamp – seedcamp.com

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