Prof. Emeritus Martha Crenshaw
Martha Crenshaw is a senior fellow emerita at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, and professor emerita in the Department of Government at Wesleyan University. She published her first article on terrorism in 1972. Recent work includes Countering Terrorism with Gary LaFree (Brookings Institution Press, 2017) and “Rethinking Transnational Terrorism: An Integrated Approach,” United States Institute of Peace Peaceworks Report, 2020. She directs the Mapping Militants Project and is a Principal Investigator with NCITE, a DHS Center of Excellence.
States’ Prevention of Terrorism and the Rule of Law: Challenging the ‘magic’ of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
This perspective critically examines some challenges posed to the rule of law and human rights by states’ use of data-driven learning-based artificial intelligence (AI) systems for identifying individuals presenting a threat to national security.