Wadhwani Center for AI and Advanced Technologies

Conducting research on the governance, geopolitics, and national security implications of AI and other advanced technologies

The Wadhwani Center for AI and Advanced Technologies at CSIS delves into crucial topics at the intersection of policy, AI, and other advanced technologies, focusing on three key themes: Governance & Regulation, Geopolitics, and National Security.

Our research and events explore how governments can balance the benefits of increased technology adoption while mitigating potential risks; how the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community can harness advanced technology for national security benefits; how governments can work together to develop practical and desirable governance structures; and what actions the United States should take to advance U.S. and allied economic and security interests. 

Governments around the world are struggling with the unique governance challenges posed by AI. Wadhwani Center experts analyze and propose solutions for national and multilateral AI governance efforts.

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Global competition for leadership in AI and advanced technology has risen to unprecedented levels. Research from the Wadhwani Center investigates how emerging technologies affect the balance of power between nations, semiconductor export controls efforts, and U.S. economic security.

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Wadhwani Center experts analyze the challenges and opportunities posed by AI for national security and defense. Discover how the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. intelligence community can responsible accelerate AI adoption for national security impact.

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Featured Analysis

Photo: 	Yuichiro Chino/Getty Images

Photo: Yuichiro Chino/Getty Images

Shaping Global AI Governance: Enhancements and Next Steps for the G7 Hiroshima AI Process

After evaluating the current landscape of existing international AI governance frameworks, Hiroki Habuka and David U. Socol de la Osa discuss ways in which the Hiroshima AI Process Code of Conduct can foster regulatory interoperability on advanced AI systems.

Report by Hiroki Habuka and David U. Socol de la Osa — May 24, 2024

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