AI and Neurodiversity
Cybersecurity, AI, and technology innovation are about problem-solving and building solutions. To do both effectively, policymakers must engage diversity of thinking. Technology leaders must engage neurodiverse individuals in AI development and create workforces that support diversity of thinking.
Join CSIS for an event on the importance of AI and neurodiversity, with former Chief of Staff for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Kiersten Todt, CEO of Enabled Intelligence Peter Kant, Director of Artificial Intelligence for the CIA Lakshmi Raman, and RAND Senior Management Scientist Cortney Weinbaum. Senior Vice President, Pritzker Chair, and Director of the CSIS Strategic Technologies Program James Lewis and Director of the CSIS Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Project Hadeil Ali will provide opening remarks.
To learn more about this topic, read the latest commentary from Kiersten Todt and Peter Kant on AI and neurodiversity.
This event is co-sponsored by the CSIS Strategic Technologies Program, the CSIS Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Project, and the CSIS staff-led Able Alliance Employee Resource Group (ERG).
This event is made possible through general support to CSIS.