July 11, 2018

Artificial Intelligence and International Security

By Paul Scharre, Kara Frederick, Edoardo Saravalle and Gregory C. Allen

Kara Frederick, from the Technology and National Security program at CNAS, hosts a discussion on the basics of artificial intelligence and its impact on national security with Paul Scharre, Gregory C. Allen and Edoardo Saravalle. The experts also discuss the release of the CNAS AI report series, Artificial Intelligence and International Security.  

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