The Pandemic Through An Anticipatory Intelligence Lens On Thursday's Access Utah

May 21, 2020

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The USU Center for Anticipatory Intelligence (CAI) looks across all disciplines to spot threats posed by emerging technologies and other threats. CAI is an interdisciplinary nexus fusing expertise in national security and geopolitics with cutting-edge instruction in cyber threats, data analytics, and emergent technology. CAI students predicted a novel zoonotic outbreak last year. 

Next time on Access Utah CAI Director and USU Associate Professor of Political Science Jeannie Johnson will join us along with two CAI students, James Brazell and Calvin Luu. We’ll also talk with Matt Berrett, Cofounder for the Center for Anticipatory Intelligence and former Assistant Director of the CIA. We’ll talk about the coronavirus pandemic through an Anticipatory Intelligence lens.