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About the Initiative
The Brookings Institution Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technology (AIET) Initiative aims to advance good governance of transformative new technologies. With so many of these new technologies’ capabilities and implications still largely unknown, it is critical that the next generation of policies and norms is informed by ideals of economic and national security, transparency, fairness, and inclusion.
By publishing timely, rigorous research and bringing together leaders and researchers from across the technology and policymaking sectors, the Brookings AIET Initiative strives to identify the governance models and best practices necessary for society to gain the benefits of A.I. and emerging technology while responsibly managing their risks.
Under the leadership of Brookings President John R. Allen, the independent and non-partisan research of the Brookings AIET Initiative draws on scholars from all five research programs at Brookings, as well as relevant experts from academia, government, civil society, and the technology industry. Importantly, the Brookings AIET Initiative seeks to bridge the growing divides between industry, civil society, and policymakers.
How robotic process and intelligent automation are remaking federal agencies
President, The Brookings Institution
Director of Research - Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technology Initiative
Aligning technology governance with democratic values
How technology can reduce government fraud
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[While the FBI, the National Security Agency and several other government agencies have long worked on foreign interference,] we are not organized in a way where we are building a coherent threat picture.
[China and Russia] see [the Biden administration's Summit for Democracy] as an opportunity to exacerbate cynicism in the political West and undermine any headlines that come out of this summit.