Senior Director, Communications
NTI | bio hosted a lunchtime event on Capitol Hill to discuss how Congress and other decisionmakers can take action to mitigate emerging risks associated with AI-bio capabilities.
NTI | bio convened two working groups of international biosecurity experts to discuss policy and institutional considerations, and technical operations for the Joint Assessment Mechanism (JAM) to identify the source of high-consequence biological outbreaks of unknown origin.
NTI hosted a wide-ranging discussion on the implications of artificial intelligence technologies for nuclear and biosecurity at its Board of Directors dinner in Washington, D.C.
Amid significant advances in artificial intelligence (AI), a new NTI | bio report recommends urgent action and oversight by governments, industry, and the scientific community to reduce risks associated with AI-enabled capabilities to engineer living systems.
Jaime Yassif called on government leaders to take urgent steps to strengthen biosafety and biosecurity policy and practices during a hearing convened by the U.S. House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.
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