Daniel Hague is an External Affairs Specialist at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). Prior to joining CSET, Daniel worked on Capitol Hill for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Bill Nelson (FL), and Congresswoman Julia Brownley (CA), among others. During this time, he provided counsel on legislation and outreach initiatives, developed policy agendas and supported communications strategies on a wide range of defense, foreign affairs and homeland security issues. Daniel earned a B.S. in Political Science from Truman State University.
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.
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.