Strength Through Innovation: The Future of A.I. and U.S. National Security

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Strength Through Innovation: The Future of A.I. and U.S. National Security Hosted by the National Security Commission on A.I.

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National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) Chair Eric Schmidt and Vice Chair Bob Work cordially invite you to attend the NSCAI's event, "Strength Through Innovation: The Future of A.I. and U.S. National Security." The November 5 event, held in conjunction with the submission of NSCAI’s interim report to Congress, will bring together members of Congress and leaders from industry, academia and government to discuss the Commission’s initial assessments on the state of A.I. and U.S. national security outlined in the report and develop concepts for the way ahead.

"Strength Through Innovation: The Future of A.I. and U.S. National Security," will be an all-day event at the Liaison Hotel on Capitol Hill comprised of four panel discussions, a fireside chat over lunch, and opening/closing speakers. Please visit our website at www.nscai.gov for the latest information on panelists, speakers and additional information about the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence and its Commissioners. You can also submit your questions prior to the conference during registration.

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Panel Discussions:

Strengthening our Core: the Way Ahead for American R&D

Strengthening the U.S. competitive advantage in AI R&D.

The panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities for AI R&D in the United States and detail the steps the country needs to take in order to preserve an advantage in R&D for AI and other emerging technologies.

The Defense of a Nation: AI Leadership for the Future

Maintaining global leadership in the application of Artificial Intelligence for national security.

The panel will discuss how the U.S. government can adopt AI applications at the speed and scale necessary to protect U.S. national security through concrete changes to policy, process, governance, and organizational reforms.

Lunch - Moderated Discussion on AI, National Security and the Public-Private Partnership

The Root of All Problems (and Solutions): Creating an AI Workforce

Preparing the National Security Workforce for an AI/ML Future.

The panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities for AI R&D in the United States and detail the steps the country needs to take in order to preserve an advantage in R&D for AI and other emerging technologies.

Defining the Future World Order: AI and Global Cooperation

Strengthening the U.S. competitive advantage in artificial intelligence globally and also fostering cooperation with allies and partners.

The panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities for the United States in continuing to lead the world in AI development including understanding the threat China and other competitors pose and areas to strengthen cooperation in AI with allies and partners.

Our Commissioners bios can be found here: Commissioners Bios

Registration closes October 25, 2019.

For inquiries related to the conference email info@nscai.gov

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