Video On Demand

National Security and Artificial Intelligence: Global Trends and Challenges

June 28, 2022 • 4:00 – 6:00 pm EDT

Much of the research, development, application, and testing of artificial intelligence technologies is taking place separately from international efforts to define suitable norms, guidance, and ethics to govern these technologies. Bridging these two lines of effort—innovation and governance—is an urgent necessity, particularly in the ongoing pursuit of AI technologies with applications for national security and public safety.

To explore this issue, CSIS Intelligence Fellow Jake Harrington will host a panel discussion examining how the United States, its allies, and its partners must lead in the development of comprehensive norms and standards that will allow democratic states to harness the potential of emerging technology and data without undermining core democratic principles, such as privacy, transparency, fairness, and due process.

4:00 – 5:15pm: Panel Discussion
5:15 – 6:00pm: Reception

This event is made possible by support from CalypsoAI.

Jake Harrington

Jake Harrington

Former Intelligence Fellow, International Security Program

Paul “PJ” Maykish

Senior Director of Research and Analysis for Future Technology Platforms at the Special Competitive Studies Project

David Spirk

Former DOD Chief Data Officer

Neil Serebryany

CEO of CalypsoAI

Margaret Palmieri

Deputy Chief Digital and AI Officer, U.S. Department of Defense

Yevgeniya "Jane" Pinelis

Chief, AI Assurance, U.S. Department of Defense