Jack Goldsmith
Jack Goldsmith is a Visiting Fellow at ANU's RegNet, Associate Fellow at the Social Cyber Institute, and Editor-in-Chief at YAIA. He researches the sociotechnical impacts of emerging technologies, focusing on the intersection of technology, security, and humanity, with interests in cybersecurity, information warfare, and international security.



Rubashov, Koestler, and the Theory of Relative Maturity

Awaiting the outcome of his secret trial in a cold Soviet prison, the Old Bolshevik Rubashov reflects on a long and bloody career as Party revolutionary. In his meditations, Rubashov attempts to make sense of the arc of history.

by Jack Goldsmith

The Cracks are Beginning to Show in the Big Data Monolith

Data isn’t going away. That much is clear. Short of a solar flare, societal collapse or extinction event, data will continue to underwrite the twenty-first century information economy.

by Jack Goldsmith