Ethical and Responsible AI
with Dr Eric Horvitz
In this week's episode, the last in a series of six, we talked to Eric Horvitz, Commissioner at the National Security Commission on AI and Chief Research Scientist at Microsoft, about the commission's recommendations to Congress about the need for training, standards and documentation to govern the application of AI in the national security space.
Protect & Build Upon AI Tech Advantages and Hardware
with Gilman Louie
In this fifth of a series of six podcasts episodes, we talk with NSCAI Commissioner Gilman Louie and Co-Founder and Partner of Alsop Louie Partners about his line of effort’s recommendations to Congress on how to maintain US leadership in AI hardware and 5G. He spoke about the need for a national microelectronic strategy and policies that would advance spectrum sharing for 5G to create a global alternative to the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.
Marshaling AI Cooperation
with Jason Matheny
In this episode, the fourth of a series of six podcast episodes, Jason Matheny, NSCAI Commissioner and founding director of the Center for Security and Emerging Technology at Georgetown University, talks about his line of effort regarding cooperation on AI with key allies and partners. He spoke about his group's recommendations that the government establish a senior national security point of contact for AI and convene a multilateral working group for AI collaboration and interoperability - as well as the need for AI war games.
National Security Applications for AI
with Hon. Katharina McFarland
In the third of a series of six podcast episodes looking at the National Security Commission on AI's first quarter recommendations to Congress, we speak with Katharina McFarland, NSCAI Commissioner and a former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, about the Commission's recommendation that the Department of Defense and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence establish a steering committee on emerging technology to ensure that AI for national security gets top priority in the years ahead.
NSCAI Recommendations on Training and Recruiting AI Talent
with Dr. José-Marie Griffiths
In the second of a series of podcast episodes, former New York Times correspondent and now a Special Government Employee at the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, Craig S. Smith, spoke with Dr. José-Marie Griffiths, NSCAI Commissioner and President, Dakota State University. The podcast with Dr. Griffiths is focused on her line of effort's recommendations on training and recruiting AI talent, part of the recommendations the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence issued its first-quarter recommendations to Congress in April 2020, covering seven lines of effort, six of which are public and one of which is classified.
NSCAI First Quarter Research and Development Recommendations
with Dr. Andrew Moore
In April 2020, the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence issued its first-quarter recommendations to Congress, covering seven lines of effort, six of which are public and one of which is classified. In the first of a series of podcast episodes about those recommendations, Craig S. Smith, a former New York Times correspondent and now a Special Government Employee at the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, spoke with Andrew Moore, NSCAI Commissioner and Google's Vice President and General Manager, Cloud AI and Industry Solutions, about his line of effort's recommendations on AI R&D funding.