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Legislative Roundup: A Week Full of New AI Legislation

Daniel Hague
| June 9, 2020

Following an active week for new artificial intelligence, science and technology legislation, CSET provides a guide to the latest bills that you should know.

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As Congress plunges into conference negotiations on its annual defense authorization bill, CSET highlights major AI and S&T provisions adopted by both chambers.

CSET provides an overview of the latest artificial intelligence, science and technology legislation, including several proposals up for consideration as Congress debates the annual National Defense Authorization Act.

Legislative Roundup: A Dozen New Measures

Daniel Hague
| June 23, 2020

CSET provides a guide to the slew of artificial intelligence, science and technology legislation introduced in recent weeks.

Following an active week for new artificial intelligence, science and technology legislation, CSET provides a guide to the latest bills that you should know.

The adoption of artificial intelligence will transform the global economy and international politics. Andrew Imbrie explores the different ways AI may develop in the future and how governance structures will need to adapt accordingly.

Thanksgiving Holiday Reads

Alexandra Vreeman
| November 27, 2019

This Thanksgiving, we’re grateful for an abundance of significant research on artificial intelligence and national security. Whether you’re staying put by the fireplace or traveling across the country, the CSET team has you covered with six recommended reads for the long weekend.

The Future of AI and Cybersecurity

The Cipher Brief
| October 30, 2019

“These three areas—adversarial learning, cyber offense, and cyber defense—deserve a lot more attention, and quickly,” writes CSET Senior Faculty Fellow Ben Buchanan. “Policymakers have begun to consider these important issues, but the conversation must continue.”

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.

With AI, We’ll See Faster Fights, But Longer Wars

War on the Rocks
| October 29, 2019

Rita Konaev, Research Fellow at CSET, writes, “AI’s potential to improve wartime decision-making through real-time actionable intelligence can help reduce the risk of casualties, fratricide, and collateral damage in urban warfare.”