June 14, 2019

American Leadership in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

By Michael Horowitz, Kara Frederick, Elsa B. Kania, Ashley J. Llorens and Amanda Askell

Experts Ashley J. Llorens, Amanda Askell, Michael Horowitz, Kara Frederick, and Elsa B. Kania discussed how the United States can maintain its artificial intelligence leadership in a new era of global competition at the CNAS 2019 National Security Conference.

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    • March 27, 2020
    Sharper: Global Coronavirus Response

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    Transcript from Engagement and Competition: China, Technology, and Global Supply Chains with the Cyberspace Solarium Commission

    On March 26, 2020, the CNAS Technology and National Security Program and the Cyberspace Solarium Commission hosted a virtual panel discussion on "Engagement and Competition: C...

    By Rep. Mike Gallagher, Samantha Ravich, John C. Inglis, Carrie Cordero & Martijn Rasser

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