Tag Archive: Russia

Russian AI Research 2010-2018

Margarita Konaev James Dunham
| October 2020

Over the last decade, Moscow has boosted funding of universities and implemented reforms in order to make Russia a global leader in AI. As part of that effort, Russian researchers have expanded their English-language publication output, a key—if imperfect—measure of the country’s innovation and impact. Between 2010 and 2018, the number of English-language publications by Russian scientists in AI-related fields increased six-fold.

Plus, Lockheed Martin to develop cyber jamming pod, Huawei partners with chipmakers, and many AI COVID-19 models found to be unreliable

Plus, Nvidia purchases Mellanox, MIT ends collaboration with iFlyTek, and JAIC requests information on testing and evaluation

Plus, Facebook introduces PyTorch3D, AAAI conference held, and JEDI contract blocked

Ryan Fedasiuk is a Research Analyst. His work focuses on the intersection of artificial intelligence and strategic stability.

Benjamin Angel Chang is an Andrew W. Marshall Fellow studying the impact of artificial intelligence on the global military balance.

Margarita Konaev is a Research Fellow interested in military applications of AI and Russian military innovation in emerging technologies.

Among great powers, AI has become a new focus of competition due to its potential to transform the character of conflict and disrupt the military balance. This policy brief considers alternative paths toward AI safety and security.

Plus a growing data labeling market, U.S. Army plans for AI, and inaugural Turing AI Fellows announced

Thoughts on Russia’s AI Strategy

Margarita Konaev
| October 30, 2019

On October 10th, 2019, Russia released its national artificial intelligence strategy. Margarita Konaev analyzed the strategy in the context of Moscow's larger strategic vision.