9:30 | Welcome Remarks
Keir Lieber, Director, Center for Security Studies
Ellen McCarthy, Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research
9:45 - 10:30 | Keynote: Why AI Matters for Intelligence
Sue Gordon, Former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence
10:30 - 11:45 | Panel 1: International Cooperation and Competition in AI
There is strong interest in what AI can do to advance intelligence operations and state security in the United States, China, and around the world. But there is also significant risk of arms races, misinterpretation, and escalation. Panelists will examine which AI technologies are most relevant to international cooperation and competition, and what policymakers can and should do to manage the risks and seize the opportunities.
Tarun Chhabra, Center for Security and Emerging Technology
Fiona Cunningham, George Washington University
Matt Daniels, Department of Defense
Mike Horowitz, University of Pennsylvania
Stephanie O’Sullivan, Former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence
11:45 - 1:00 | Lunch Break
1:00 - 2:00 | Keynote Interview
Gen. Jack Shanahan, Director, DoD Joint Artificial Intelligence Center
Jason Matheny, Director, Center for Security and Emerging Technology
2:00 - 3:00 | Panel 2: Should AI companies work with government?
What should the relationship be between the United States government and leading technology companies on the issues of national security? This panel will tackle this question, examining potential areas of collaboration and concern. A range of different panelists will share their views and experiences from a variety of positions in government and technology companies.
Jack Clark, OpenAI
Richard Danzig, 71st Secretary of the Navy
Melissa Flagg, Center for Security and Emerging Technology
Raj Shah, Arceo.ai
3:00 - 5:00 | Career Fair