New Tools & Emerging Technologies

CNS Seminar on the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and WMD Nonproliferation

The seminar showcased the wide range of CNS expertise and its collaborative relationships with industry.

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North Korea’s Artificial Intelligence Research: Trends and Potential Civilian and Military Applications

North Korea’s recent endeavors in AI/ML development signify a strategic investment to bolster its digital economy.

CNS International Advisory Council Meeting

CNS International Advisory Council Meeting Focuses on Nonproliferation Risks of AI and the War in Ukraine

The event, which included a business session, brought together many CNS alumni, who currently work in various US government agencies.

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AI and Nonproliferation: CNS Experts Lead the Way

CNS is examining the nexus of AI and WMD nonproliferation from several perspectives informed by a core group of staff with deep expertise on a variety of relevant issues.

Hyuk Kim

Strategic Empathy for North Korea: The Intersection of Machine Learning and Nuclear Diplomacy

CNS Research Fellow, Hyuk Kim, provides a unique video seminar for policymakers to reevaluate their policies towards North Korea.

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AI and Atoms: How Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing Nuclear Material Production

AI has significant potential to improve nuclear material production associated with the development and production of nuclear weapons.

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People’s Liberation Army Rocket Force Order of Battle 2023

Over the past decade China doubled its combat missile brigades and unveiled new capabilities revealing its fears and conceptions about how future wars in the region will be conducted.

Ian Stewart seminar on large language models

Large Language Models: Transformational Tools for Nonproliferation Research by Dr. Ian J. Stewart

As the LLM technology continues to evolve, it is likely that their integration into nonproliferation research will only become more prevalent and beneficial.

A Conversation on Semiconductors, CHIPS Act, and Export Controls

The Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors and Science (CHIPS) Act invests US $250 billion to bolster semiconductor capacity, expand academic R&D, and create a broader, more inclusive workforce.

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Why the IAEA model may not be best for regulating artificial intelligence

An intense focus is needed to identify possible pathways through which AI could threaten humanity.