The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) will host a conference titled, “Strength through Innovation: The Future of A.I. and U.S. National Security,” on November 5, 2019, at the Liaison Washington Hotel on Capitol Hill.
As a bi-partisan, independent Federal commission, the NSCAI has solicited advice from across all segments of society, industry, and government. The conference 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 as outlined in their interim report and develop concepts for the way ahead.
The NSCAI is working in close collaboration with the White House, the National Security Council, the Office of Science and Technology Policy, and executive departments and agencies, to ensure that the many ongoing U.S. Government efforts in AI are complementary and reinforcing. The goal is to produce a comprehensive and enduring national approach to maintain America’s AI advantages in the realm of national security, and with this goal in mind, the NSCAI is committed to understanding a range of perspectives from outside of government and to integrating ethical considerations into all components of its analysis and research.