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Statements From The Ninth Bipartisan Senate Forum On Artificial Intelligence

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Senators Mike Rounds (R-SD), Martin Heinrich (D-NM), and Todd Young (R-IN) hosted a ninth AI Insight Forum focused on the intersection of AI and national security, including maximizing AI development to bolster America’s military capabilities. Below are the statements made at the forum:

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY)

Greg Allen – Center for Strategic and International Studies, Director of Wadhwani Center for AI and Advanced Technologies

John Antal – Author, Colonel (ret.)

Matthew Biggs – International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, President

Teresa Carlson – General Catalyst, Advisor & Investor

Bill Chappell – Microsoft, Vice President and CTO, Strategic Missions and Technologies

Eric Fanning – Aerospace Industries Association, President & CEO

Michele Flournoy – Center for a New American Security, CEO & Co-Founder

Alex Karp – Palantir, CEO 

Charlie McMillan – Los Alamos National Laboratory, Director (ret.)

Faiza Patel – Brennan Center for Justice, Senior Director of the Liberty and National Security Program

Scott Philips – Vannevar Labs, CTO

Rob Portman – Former Senator & Co-Founder of AI Caucus

Anna Puglisi – Georgetown University Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Senior Fellow

Devaki Raj – CrowdAI, Co-Founder

Horacio Rozanski – Booz Allen Hamilton, CEO

Eric Schmidt – Special Competitive Studies Project, Chair 

Jack Shanahan – CNAS Technology & National Security Program, Lieutenant General (USAF, Ret.)

Brian Schimpf – Anduril, CEO

Patrick Toomey – American Civil Liberties Union, Deputy Director of the National Security Project

Brandon Tseng – Shield AI, President & Co-Founder

Alex Wang – Scale AI, CEO & Founder