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NATO Deputy Secretary General: working together on new technologies for a more peaceful future

Today’s new technologies are changing the ways wars are waged and won, and we all have a role to play in ensuring our security in a more dangerous and competitive world. This was the message Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana gave to NATO’s first annual data and AI leaders’ conference in Brussels today (8 November 2022).
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Collaboration drives Innovation - NATO’s new Secretary General Advisory Group on Emerging and Disruptive Technologies (EDTs)

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NATO Allies take further steps towards responsible use of AI, data, autonomy and digital transformation

On Thursday (13 October), NATO Defence Ministers agreed to establish a Review Board to govern the responsible development and use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data across the NATO Enterprise.
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Using quantum technologies to make communications secure

Innovative projects led by scientists in NATO and partner countries are breaking new ground to harness the power of quantum to make communications impossible to intercept and hack. The application of these quantum technologies in the security and defence sectors could help to future-proof the transmission of information, protecting it from increasingly advanced hacking systems and contributing to NATO’s efforts to maintain its technological edge.
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NATO steps up engagement with private sector on emerging technologies

Leaders from the technology sector exchanged views on innovation and emerging and disruptive technologies with NATO Allies in the North Atlantic Council on Wednesday (14 September 2022). Allies were joined by Brad Smith, President of Microsoft; Oliver Lewis, Co-Founder of Rebellion Defence; and Stefan Brieschenk, Co-Founder of Rocket Factory. NATO continues to engage with the private sector to ensure the Alliance maintains its technological edge.
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NATO marks 70 years of scientific and technological research

In 2022, NATO marks 70 years of collaborative scientific and technological research at the service of Alliance defence and security.
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NATO and the European Union work together to counter cyber threats

Following the NATO Summit in Madrid last month, senior officials from NATO and the European Union (EU) met today (14 July 2022) to take stock of recent developments in the cyber threat landscape and explore further areas of engagement on cyber defence.
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NATO launches Innovation Fund

On Thursday (30 June 2022), at a signing ceremony hosted by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Leaders and Ministers from 22 Allied countries* launched NATO’s Innovation Fund, the world’s first multi-sovereign venture capital fund.
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NATO Deputy Secretary General opens “InnovX-BCR DemoDay” innovation conference

NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană opened the “InnovX-BCR DemoDay” innovation conference in Romania on Wednesday (15 June 2022). In a virtual keynote address, he stressed the importance of NATO maintaining its technological edge in order to protect the Alliance’s one billion citizens.
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Deep Dive Recap: Emerging and Disruptive Technologies, and the Gender Perspective

On the 7 June 2022, the NATO International Military Staff (IMS) hosted their fourth Deep Dive Session focusing on the nexus between the Gender Perspective, and Emerging and Disruptive Technologies (EDTs), specifically artificial intelligence (AI). This session discussed the inherent uncertainties of technology development trends and the paramount importance of policies that help pre-empt negative impacts while promoting beneficial applications. NATO’s Principles of Responsible Use for AI exemplify that approach, stressing the need to develop trust and interoperability, as well as the inclusion of a gender perspective in the design of future AI-enabled systems. The presentations were given by Dr Ulf Ehlert, Head of Strategy and Policy in the Office of the Chief Scientist and Zoe Stanley-Lockman from the Innovation Unit of the NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division.

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