By Tony Samp and Saxby Chambliss

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) has published its second in a quarterly series of recommendations to federal policymakers for adapting US national security policies and practices to rapidly evolving AI technologies.

Among the key recommendations in the report are proposals to reform the Defense Department’s management of research and development (R&D), a government-wide effort to bolster the public-sector digital talent base through scholarship and service programs, and a strengthened export control and investment screening regime to protect sensitive technologies from foreign competitors.

Learn more about the commission’s analysis and recommendations in our recent AI Outlook publication here.