On September 16, 2022, Special Competitive Studies Project (SCSP) will be hosting the Global Emerging Technology Summit. The purpose of the Summit is to bring together government and private sector leaders from the United States and our staunchest allies and partners to ensure that emerging technologies help advance freedom, strengthen democracies, and protect the rules-based order.
Alongside a series of cutting-edge tech demos, the day’s sessions will shed further light on the future of geopolitics, democracy, and technology. Last week SCSP announced a remarkable lineup of speakers, including Jake Sullivan, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Eva Kaili, VP of the European Parliament, and Sir Alex Younger, former Chief of the UK’s Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). This week, SCSP was thrilled to announce more speakers: Jack Clark, Co- founder of Anthropic AI; Stacey Dixon, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence; Anshu Roy, CEO of Rhombus; Wendy R. Sherman, Deputy Secretary of State; Eric Schmidt, SCSP Chair; Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State; and H.R. McMaster, Lieut. Gen., U.S. Army (retired), Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution.
The Global Alliance for Digital Governance (GADG) was established through a collaboration of the Boston Global Forum and World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid at the Policy Lab on September 7-9, 2021.
- Coordinate resources: governments, international organizations, corporations, think tanks, civil society, and influencers for AI and a digital sphere for good, to make these resources more effective, to synthesize and maximize their impact, and to create more implementation-oriented conferences.
- Protect fundamental values and standards proposed inSocial Contract for the AI Age, inAI International Accord and in the book Remaking the World – Toward an Age of Global Enlightenment.