|22 Mar. 2023||
NATO Deputy Secretary General emphasises importance of adopting new technologies rapidly and responsiblyToday’s new technologies are developing at a dizzying pace, and we all have a role to play in developing and deploying them responsibly and ethically. This was the message Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană gave during the launch of the NATO Science and Technology Organization’s 2023-2043 Trends Report in Brussels on Wednesday (22 March 2023).
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|07 Feb. 2023||
NATO starts work on Artificial Intelligence certification standardNATO’s Data and Artificial Intelligence Review Board (DARB) met on Tuesday (7 February 2023) to start the development of a user-friendly and responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI) certification standard to help industries and institutions across the Alliance make sure that new AI and data projects are in line with international law, as well as NATO’s norms and values.
|20 Dec. 2022||
NATO approves 2023 strategic direction for new innovation acceleratorOn 12 December 2022, the Board of Directors of NATO’s Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic (DIANA) agreed that energy resilience, secure information sharing and sensing and surveillance will be the priority areas of focus for DIANA’s work on Emerging and Disrupting Technologies (EDTs) in 2023.
|08 Nov. 2022||
NATO Deputy Secretary General: working together on new technologies for a more peaceful futureToday’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).
|24 Oct. 2022||
Collaboration drives Innovation - NATO’s new Secretary General Advisory Group on Emerging and Disruptive Technologies (EDTs)
|13 Oct. 2022||
NATO Allies take further steps towards responsible use of AI, data, autonomy and digital transformationOn 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.
|27 Sep. 2022|
|14 Sep. 2022||
NATO steps up engagement with private sector on emerging technologiesLeaders 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.