Search: Artificial Intelligence (26 materials)


Cybersecurity and NATO’s Nuclear Capability

..., modelling and simulation techniques and big data analysis) and of decision-making within a very short time-frame. Indeed, the problem of cutting decision-making time is topical today, especially with respect to strategic stability, and states view artificial intelligence (AI) as a means for resolving it. For instance, “improving situational awareness and decision-making” is one AI task identified in the 2018 Department of Defense Artificial Intelligence Strategy . The authors of the Chatham ...


Artificial Intelligence and Its Partners

The Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence will help participants establish practical cooperation and formulate common approaches to the development and implementation of AI The creation of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) reflects the growing ...


Future Goals in the AI Race: Explainable AI and Transfer Learning

... neural network technology: computers can now beat any living person at the most complex game invented by humankind, as well as imitate human voices and faces (both real and non-existent ) in a deceptively realistic manner. Is this a victory for artificial intelligence over human intelligence? And if not, what else do researchers and developers need to achieve to make the winners in the AI race the " kings of the world ?” Background Sergey Karelov: AI Nationalism and AI Nationalization ...


AI in International Relations: The Era of “Digital Diplomacy”

... international relations. At the global level one of the key risks associated with AI development is the possibility of the progressive rise in the technological gap between the advanced and the least developed economies. In particular, a Chatam House report “Artificial Intelligence and International Affairs: Disruption Anticipated” argues that “in the medium to long term, AI expertise must not reside in only a small number of countries – or solely within narrow segments of the population”. Furthermore,...


Expert Meeting with Microsoft Vice President Steve Crown

On October 29, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a lecture on “Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights” by Steve Crown, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation. The event was attended by leading Russian experts on this topic. On October 29, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council ...


Impact of New Technologies on International Relations Discussed in Beijing

... analytical center. During the seminar, Nikolay Markotkin, RIAC Media and Government Relations Manager, gave a lecture on the impact of AI technologies on the world economy and international security. In particular, his report focused on the risks of using artificial intelligence to modernize strategic weapons. The lecture was followed by a discussion on the same theme.


"Sociality and Digitalization: the Boundaries of Autonomy" Scientific Workshop

... State Technical University, BMSTU, held a scientific workshop on "Sociality and Digitalization: Boundaries of Autonomy”. The event was organized by BMSTU together with Business Competence Development Center. The key topics for discussion included artificial intelligence, big data and digitalization of all spheres of public life, “new sociality” and prospects for digitization of social space in connection with the adoption of the 2017–2030 Strategy for the Development of an Information Society ...


Emerging Military Technologies: Talking Points

... outcomes and work back. Prioritise international early wins: the universal application of international law to new military technologies; closing off emerging technology danger areas (ideally, both Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS) and military Artificial Intelligence); tackling linkages to existing problems (the crisis of arms control; the pollution of outer space; erosion of the 20th century nuclear order) New paradigms for arms control. This need is real and urgent. Progress is thin. States,...


RIAC Hosts Discussion of Model Convention on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

... expert community by the authors: Andrey Neznamov, Director of "Robopravo" Research Center, and Victor Naumov, Partner at Dentons multinational law firm. On May 20, 2019, RIAC held a discussion of the draft Model Convention on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. The document was presented to the expert community by the authors: Andrey Neznamov, Director of "Robopravo" Research Center, and Victor Naumov, Partner at Dentons multinational law firm. As emphasized by the developers,...


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