The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) issued its final report earlier this year. A key recommendation was that despite significant advantages, the United States cannot create AI systems alone. We need to collaborate with allies, especially in the Indo-Pacific region, to improve capabilities and promote interoperability.
Why do these recommendations matter? How can the U.S. work with allies to implement them? Why single out AI? To answer these questions and more, please join the Commission and the Wilson Center’s Asia and Science and Technology Innovation Programs for a public conversation.
Questions for the panel can be submitted at the time of RSVP, or to Sophie Goguichvili at Sophie.Goguichvili@wilsoncenter.org or on Twitter at @WilsonSTIP.
The report can be found in PDF and an interactive format.