1 edition of Governing Future Emergencies found in the catalog.
Source title: Governing Future Emergencies: Lived Relations to Risk in the UK Fire and Rescue Service
|LC Classifications||Jan 13, 2019|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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That phenomenon is artificial intelligence or AI.
Care is being taken in mission development to ensure that drones and AI systems in general do not outpace safety. Government organizations around the world are experiencing the consequences of plagiarism firsthand. Emergency governance has undergone what might be called an anticipatory turn here, with digitally rendered and imagined scenes of future contingency becoming cause and justification for intervention in the here and now.
Without doubt, AI and drones will have missions in the future no one has even considered yet — and emergency Governing Future Emergencies should be ready for the challenge. jpg","updatedBy":"Christina Giardinelli","created":1626246687000,"version":2,"attributes":,"caption":"FILE -- A February snow and ice storm cut power to hundreds of thousands in Oregon. This infrastructure is shown, in turn, to inform and shape a catalogue of refined modes of action through which interventions on future emergencies are made in the present.
There were historic and unprecedented wildfires in late 2020, followed by more than a week of the world's worst air quality. This infrastructure is shown, in turn, to inform and shape a catalogue of refined modes of action through which interventions on future emergencies are made in the present.
Governing Future Emergencies, for instance, began as a way to reroute chronically inebriated callers to a sobering center instead of the ER. In 2012, Minnesota became the first state to recognize community paramedics as a health-care provider, allowing their services to be covered by Medicaid. The current institutional infrastructures of democracies and dictatorships, of high- and low-income nations, have been deemed ill-equipped to deal with the scale, scope, and nature of the emerging and cascading risks.
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The three dimensions of the integrated concept, Top-down, Bottom-up and Outside-in could improve existing or establish innovative and effective tools to involve local communities and the multiple stakeholders in the decision-making processes.
This book describes the existential threats facing the global water systems from population growth and economic development, unsustainable use, environmental change, and weak and fragmented governance.