On August 13, 2018, Section 1051 of the Fiscal Year 2019 John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act (P.L. 115-232) established the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence as an independent Commission "to consider the methods and means necessary to advance the development of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and associated technologies to comprehensively address the national security and defense needs of the United States."Learn more about the Commission's work on our website, https://www.nscai.gov.
Reorganizing DoD for the AI Future with Ryan Carpenter, Lance Lantier, and Justin Lynch
NSCAI Directors of Research and Analysis Justin Lynch and Ryan Carpenter along with former Director of Research and Analysis Lance Lantier talk about how the 1986 Goldwater Nichols Act that reorganized the US military inspired the commission’s recommendations to reorganize the Department of Defense to drive adoption of emerging and disruptive technology capabilities.
IP Protection for AI with Rama Elluru and Christie Lawrence
NSCAI Director of Research Rama Elluru and former Director of Research and Analysis Christie Lawrence talk about how intellectual property protections play an unexpected role in guiding U.S. innovation and contribute to the global competition with China for dominance in AI.
Steps to Drive AI Innovation with Tess DeBlanc-Knowles and Michael Garris
NSCAI director of Research and Analysis Tess Deblanc-Knowles and former Chief Technology Advisor Mike Garris talk about the steps the U.S. government needs to take to foster AI innovation in the years ahead.
Stronger Together with David Kumashiro and Matt Cordova
In this episode NSCAI Directors of Research and Analysis David Kumashiro and Matt Cordova discuss how the rapid pace of technological development and the threats those developments pose to national security require an accelerated, internationally collaborative effort on AI.
The International Democratic Development Initiative with Paul Lekas and Christie Lawrence
Part two of double feature with NSCAI Directors of Research and Analysis Paul Lekas and Christie Lawrence. In this episode, they discuss shaping a favorable international technology order including details on the Emerging Tech Coalition, the International Digital Development Initiative, international standards, development finance and aid, and export controls.
Shaping a Favorable International Technology Order with Paul Lekas and Christie Lawrence
Part one of double feature with NSCAI Directors of Research and Analysis Paul Lekas and Christie Lawrence. In this episode, they discuss shaping a favorable international technology order including details on the Emerging Tech Coalition, the International Digital Development Initiative, international standards, development finance and aid, and export controls.
Great Research Whitepaper!
I stumbled on the NSCAI project in 2019 during heavy research on predictions for humanity this century. Our transmedia story, Gaia’s Seed, is deeply tied into The constellation of technologies that most people think of as “AI.”
I pulled a ton of data points from the report/recommendations for the 2020-2030 timeframe. So many conversation starters and application to other pieces of research from humanities current minds on the subject.
Great work on This.
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