First Carnegie Colloquium Focuses on Artificial Intelligence in Military, Data Privacy

Friday, November 4, 2016 Andrew MoorePolicy experts from several countries discussed the implications of artificial intelligence on data privacy and military operations at the inaugural Carnegie Colloquium in Washington, D.C.Carnegie Mellon University and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) co-hosted the Oct. 31 event at CEIP headquarters. The second part of the colloquium is set for Dec. 2 at CMU’s Cohon University Center in Pittsburgh and will focus on internet governance and cyber deterrence.CMU President Subra Suresh told more than 120 people in attendance that the university’s advances in AI and cybersecurity benefit from Carnegie Mellon’s partnership with (CEIP). “We hope these discussions will better inform ongoing thinking about how technology affects global society and diplomacy,” Suresh said.In a panel discussion on the future of consumer privacy, Andrew Moore, dean…


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