Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing how people around the world live and work with experts predicting that in the coming years, it could upend entire industries and impact long-standing political, social, and economic institutions. Carnegie aims to anticipate and mitigate the international security challenges emerging in the wake of AI’s proliferation. This includes short-term (zero to five years) challenges that may result from the accidental or intentional misuse of AI in its current form as well as medium-term (five to twenty years) challenges that may result from AI’s regressive impacts on global economic growth and security. By confronting both the short- and medium-term challenges, Carnegie can be responsive to AI’s immediate threats while cultivating a nuanced understanding of its slower and subtler—but equally significant—effects.

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