Reports & Memos

[R10] Curtis, S., Moës, N., Reddel, F. (2023). "Blueprint for an AI Office." The Future Society. 🔗

[R9] Moës, N., Reddel, F., Curtis, S. (2023).  "Giving Agency to the AI Act." The Future Society. 🔗 

[R8] The Future Society. (2023). "Response to U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Request for Information on National Priorities for AI." 🔗

[R7] The Future Society. (2023). "Response to U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) AI Accountability Policy Request for Comment." 🔗

[R6] Curtis, S., Bora, A., Wang, R., Miailhe, N., Alanoca, S., Hedlund, J., Scheidl, F., Bowatte, D., Long, S., Panahi, M.R., Tenison, I., Agarwal, R.R., & Russell, J.J. (2022). “Summaries of Top Initiatives.” AI & Pandemic Response Subgroup, Global Partnership on AI. 🔗

[R5] Curtis, S., Bora, A., Wang, R., Miailhe, N., & Alanoca, S. (2021). “Update on Living Repository: Summaries of Top Initiatives.” AI & Pandemic Response Subgroup, Global Partnership on AI. 🔗

[R4]  Wills, B., Isaicu, C., von Stackelberg, H., Ibrahim, L., Hutson, M., Fleming, M., Narayanamoorthy, N., Curtis, S., Paudel, S., Trejo, S., Zevallos, T., Martín del Campo, V., Lee, W. (2021). "The MAIEI Learning Community Report." Montreal AI Ethics Institute. 🔗

[R3] Alanoca, S., Curtis, S., & Miailhe, N. (2020). “Responsible AI in Pandemic Response.” AI & Pandemic Response Subgroup, Global Partnership on AI. 🔗

[R2] Zeng, Y., Enmeng, L., Sun, K., & Curtis, S. (2020). “Facial Recognition and Public Health.” Beijing Academy of Artificial Intelligence. 🔗

[R1] Curtis, S. (2020). “Inflection Points: Facial Recognition Technology in the United States and China.”Exploring AI Issues Across the United States and China. Asia Society. 🔗

Journals

[J3] Moulange, R., Langenkamp, M., Alexanian, T., Curtis, S., Livingston, M. (2023). "Towards responsible governance of biological design tools." NeurIPS RegulatableML Workshop. (In preparation.)

[J2] Hedin, B. Curtis, S. (2023). "Strengthening the AI Operating Environment: Distributed Competence as a Means to Risk Mitigation." Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Assistance for Legal Professionals in the Digital Workplace (Legal AIIA). 🔗

[J1] Curtis, S., Belli, D., Alanoca, S., Bora, A., Miailhe, N., & Lannquist, Y. (2021). “Bridging Trust Gaps in Biometric Technology.” Biometric Technology Today. 🔗

Editorial

[E7] Curtis, S., Miailhe, N. (2022). “Three takeaways from classifying AI systems designed to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.” OECD AI Wonk. 🔗

[E6] Curtis, S., Bora, A., Miailhe, N., & Wang, R. (2021). “Survey: classifying AI systems used in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.” OECD AI Wonk. 🔗

[E5] Curtis, S., Alanoca, S., Miailhe, N., Lannquist, Y., & Bora, A. (2021). “Bridging AI’s Trust Gaps – The Role of Corporate Leaders.” Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research. 🔗

[E4] Curtis, S. (2020). “Disparate Internet Landscapes, Each Under Pressure (Part II of II).” China Tech Blog. 🔗

[E3] Curtis, S. (2020). “Disparate Internet Landscapes, Each Under Pressure (Part I of II).” China Tech Blog. 🔗

[E2] Curtis, S. (2019). “Navigating AI Governance in a Global Context.” China Tech Blog. 🔗

[E1] Curtis, S. (2018). “On North Korea, Skeptics and Optimists Remain Divided.” The Diplomat. 🔗

Theses

[T1] Curtis, S. (2020). “China’s Facial Recognition Technology in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Pervasiveness and Perceptions.” Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University. 🔗