The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence

Final Report

The Final Report presents the NSCAI’s strategy for winning the artificial intelligence era. The 16 chapters explain the steps the United States must take to responsibly use AI for national security and defense, defend against AI threats, and promote AI innovation. The accompanying Blueprints for Action provide detailed plans for the U.S. Government to implement the recommendations.

Our Duties. 1) To consider the methods and means necessary to advance the development of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and associated technologies to comprehensively address the national security and defense needs of the United States. 2) Submit to the President and Congress reports on the findings of the Commission and such recommendations that the Commission may have for action by the executive branch and Congress related to artificial intelligence, machine learning, and associated technologies, including recommendations to more effectively organize the Federal Government.

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National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Acquisition Feedback Session

Katharina McFarland, National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, will provide an overview of the commission’s latest report on the state of Artificial Intelligence and solicit feedback from the Defense Acquisition […] Learn More

CSBA Virtual Roundtable: AI Talent Management for National Security: A Conversation About the NSCAI Final Report

This session will focus on several chapters of the report, featuring Commissioners Work and Griffiths in conversation with CSBA Senior Fellows Dr. Chris Bassler and Dr. Harrison Schramm. Following the […] Learn More

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Strength Through Innovation: The Future of AI and National Security


Read the latest installment of our COVID white paper series. In this paper we focus on recommended AI investments and initiatives, from scientific advances to smart responses.