Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to be the most powerful technology in generations for expanding knowledge, increasing prosperity, and enriching the human experience. AI and associated technologies will be the foundation of the innovation economy and a source of enormous power for countries that harness them. AI will fuel competition between governments and companies racing to field it. And it will be employed by nation states to pursue their strategic ambitions.
Congress established the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) to examine the impact of AI and make recommendations to the President and Congress. The fifteen commissioners represent a bipartisan group of technologists, national security professionals, business executives, and academic leaders. They have concluded that the United States is not organized or investing to win the technology competition against a committed competitor nor is it prepared to defend against AI-enabled threats and rapidly adopt AI applications for national security purposes.
The NSCAI Final Report presents its recommendations as an integrated national strategy to reorganize the government, reorient the nation, and rally our closest allies and partners to defend and lead in the coming era of AI-accelerated competition and conflict. It is a two-pronged approach. Part I, “Defending America in the AI Era,” outlines the stakes and what the United States must do to defend against the spectrum of AI-related threats, and recommends how the U.S. government can responsibly use AI technologies to protect the American people and our interests. Part II, “Winning the Technology Competition,” addresses the critical elements of the AI competition, and recommends actions the government must take to promote AI innovation to improve national competitiveness and protect critical U.S. advantages.
|Publisher:||National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence|
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