Report Launch: Seven Critical Technologies for Winning the Next War
The next war will be fought on a high-tech battlefield. But which technologies will make a real difference? Where will the US find a technological edge?
CSIS is launching a new report on the seven technologies that could make the difference in a fight against a near-peer adversary. This report explores how key technologies, such as AI/ML, quantum technology, biotechnology, and robotics will shape the spectrum of conflict in the next ten years.
Please join the CSIS International Security Program virtually on Tuesday, April 18, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am EDT for an engaging panel discussion on the report’s findings and recommendations. The panel will highlight the critical role the U.S. government must play in acquiring capabilities that will provide a critical edge in areas from intelligence collection to competition, and irregular warfare to open conflict.
Emily Harding, Deputy Director of the International Security Program at CSIS will be joined by Schuyler Moore, Chief Technology Officer of U.S. CENTCOM; Geof Kahn, Senior Counselor at Palantir Technologies; Colleen Laughlin, Executive Director, Defense Innovation Board; and Chris Brose, Chief Strategy Officer, Anduril Industries.
Read our full report here.
For more information on these technologies and how the U.S. government can effectively incorporate technology into national security functions, visit our new microsite, Tech Recs.
This event is made possible through general support to CSIS.