As new and rapidly developing technology emerges, the United States and Europe must work together to build a democratic digital domain. From digital regulation and competition to emerging civilian and defense technologies, allies and partners must find new and innovative solutions together to retain their competitive advantage.
Technology and Innovation
Transatlantic Tech Policy Tracker
Ensuring the secure and private collection and analysis of massive amounts of data is key to building an AI ecosystem that promotes innovation while protecting democratic values and keeping data out of the hands of malign actors seeking to use it for geopolitical competition or undermining democracy.
Ukraine’s volunteer IT army is growing in strength and audacity. Its independence also poses questions of legality.
Autonomy and AI will gradually transform warfare through limited applications as full autonomy in targeting faces hurdles, necessitating nuanced international talks on rules for autonomous systems rather than rejection of the technology.
A transatlantic tech shield requires a new, united vision for export controls and enacting the reforms necessary to make it a reality.Read More
Gordon B. "Skip" Davis, Jr.
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