An AI National Strategy for Congress
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Artificial intelligence has been significantly reshaping society, the economy, and national security, but it is not an autonomous force beyond our control. If developed responsibly, AI can strengthen the economy, raise living standards, and bolster national security. The Bipartisan Policy Center has spent the past year in consultation with Reps. Robin Kelly (D-IL) and Will Hurd (R-TX) to understand the challenges and opportunities posed by AI, and to develop an AI national strategy for Congress. Through this initiative, BPC held a series of roundtables with government officials, industry representatives, civil society advocates, and academics, and subsequently produced four whitepapers on AI:
- AI and the Workforce
- AI and National Security (in partnership with Center for Security and Emerging Technology)
- Cementing American Artificial Intelligence Leadership: AI Research & Development(in partnership with Center for a New American Security)
- AI and Ethics
Join us for a discussion with Reps. Hurd and Kelly on the policy recommendations and the unveiling of an AI national strategy for Congress.
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Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX)
Rep. Robin Kelly (D-IL)
Keynote remarks by:
Chair, National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
Panel discussion with:
Senior Fellow, Technology and National Security, Center for a New American Security
Director of Strategy, Center for Security and Emerging Technology
Nicol Turner Lee
Director of the Center for Technology Innovation, Brookings Institution
Chandler C. Morse
Head of DC Office, Workday
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