Held on March 07-08, 2023
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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on U.S. Economic and National Security.*

March 8, 2023 @ 11:45 AM EST

11:45 AM ET
March 8, 2023

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on U.S. Economic and National Security.*

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CLEChina’s goal is to surpass the United States and other nations in advanced technologies, from artificial intelligence to robotics. In fact, according to the “New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development” plan, China has committed to becoming “the world’s premier artificial intelligence innovation center” by 2030.

Meanwhile, the United States continues to weaken intellectual property protections, particularly patents for advanced software-related innovations, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning systems.

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence has concluded that the United States must accelerate AI innovation to defend against nefarious uses of AI. A report issued in March 2021 by the Commission concluded: “The United States lacks the comprehensive IP policies it needs for the AI era and is hindered by legal uncertainties in current U.S. patent eligibility doctrine.” The report also explains that China is “poised to fill the void left by weakened U.S. IP protections, particularly for patents, as the U.S. has lost its comparative advantage in securing stable and effective property rights in new technological innovation.

This panel will discuss the problems facing the United States from both an economic security and national security perspective, and what the United States should do to maintain (or perhaps regain) its innovation leadership in the areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Materials

Harm to R&D Investment, Innovation and U.S. Interests

Uncertainty is Burdening Litigants and Courts, Threatening U.S. Competitiveness and National Security

Survey

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China’s goal is to surpass the United States and other nations in advanced technologies, from artificial intelligence to robotics. In fact, according to the “New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development” plan, China has committed to becoming “the world’s premier artificial intelligence innovation center” by 2030. Meanwhile, the United States continues to weaken intellectual property protections, particularly patents for advanced software-related innovations,…

Session Speakers

Rama Elluru

Rama Elluru

Senior Director

The Special Competitive Studies Project

Andrei Iancu

Hon. Andrei Iancu

Former Under Secretary of Commerce for IP & Director of the USPTO

Sullivan & Cromwell

Brad-Watts

Brad Watts

Vice President, Innovation Policy

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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