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Ryan Khurana

Ryan Khurana is Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Advancing Prosperity

My Latest Posts

Regulation
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 30, 2018

Ideas
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 30, 2018

Anxiety about fake news has long dogged open publishing environs, while the costs of gatekeeping often go unnoticed.

Ideas
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 30, 2018

Technology will determine the politics of the future. This invites a return to impersonal readings of history.

Regulation
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 30, 2018

The development of artificial intelligence and ethics for their use must go hand-in-hand. Otherwise, such weapons will be built without regard for morals or the laws of war.

Ideas
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 30, 2018

Chinese AI technology provides a blueprint for autocracies around the world.

Economic Development
By
Ryan Khurana
on
December 4, 2018

Regulation
By
Ryan Khurana
on
June 4, 2019

Calls to regulate social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter should not forget the tangible benefits these innovations have brought.

Economic Theory
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 23, 2018

The history of automation reveals that when jobs are automated, more prosperity results.

Economic Development
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 23, 2018

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands provide a test case in how disruptive technologies present a new model of economic development.

Regulation
By
Ryan Khurana
on
December 4, 2018

Britain has some of the highest quality Artificial Intelligence Research in the world. To leverage its impact, it should embrace a model of permissionless innovation.

Ideas
By
Ryan Khurana
on
November 23, 2018

As our lives become more and more digitized, a rethink is needed on our approach to data. Ryan Khurana discusses one possible approach to this issue.

About Me

Ryan Khurana is the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Advancing Prosperity. He is a Senior Fellow for IREF Europe and a Research Fellow for the Consumer Choice Center. He formerly worked as a technology policy analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., and as a Research Associate at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London, United Kingdom. His work has been featured in The Telegraph, National Review, The Washington Examiner, The Federalist, and many others.