Reorienting national security for the AI era
Artificial intelligence technology has already begun and will continue to transform the economy, education, people’s daily lives, and national security. The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) is an independent federal commission established to examine the state of the AI-national security landscape and determine what policies will maintain U.S. leadership in AI research, improve international cooperation, and advance shared principles for ethical and responsible use of AI. On July 22, NSCAI submitted their second quarter recommendations to Congress and the executive branch.
On July 29, Brookings hosted a conversation with NSCAI Chair Dr. Eric Schmidt and Vice Chair Mr. Robert Work on the current state of artificial intelligence in the national security environment, and the commission’s latest recommendations to spur progress on the responsible development and deployment of AI technologies.
Brookings President John Allen moderated the discussion. Viewers can submit questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter using #NatSecAI.
John R. Allen
Chair - National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
Robert O. Work
Vice Chair - National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
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