Join our Make Room study session about AI Governance and National Security on Thursday, November 2 from 4:30–5:30 PM ET. The session will feature Lauren Khan, Senior Analyst at the Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Landon Heid, Professional Staff Member of the House Select Committee on the CCP, and Ainikki Riikonen, Independent Analyst. Noah Greene, Research Assistant for the AI Safety and Stability Project, will moderate the panel.
The conversation will focus on AI governance and the implications to national security, specifically focusing on U.S. governance frameworks and multilateral cooperation. Our panelists will help address some of the achievements and drawbacks in this space and share their experience working in the AI policy field.
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