Thursday, October 5, 2023

National Security Agency To Open AI Security Center

Joseph Clark at the DOD News offers a piece on the September 28th announcement of the National Security Agency’s creation of an AI center.

Director Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone (seen in the above photo) today announced the creation of a new entity to oversee the development and integration of artificial intelligence capabilities within U.S. national security systems.

The AI Security Center will become the focal point for developing best practices, evaluation methodology and risk frameworks with the aim of promoting the secure adoption of new AI capabilities across the national security enterprise and the defense industrial base.  

The new entity will consolidate the agency's various artificial intelligence and security-related activities.  

"The AI Security Center will work closely with U.S. Industry, national labs, academia across the [intelligence community] and Department of Defense and select foreign partners," Nakasone said during a discussion hosted by the National Press Club in Washington.

You can read the rest of the piece via the below link:

AI Security Center to Open at National Security Agency > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News 

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