How Artificial Intelligence Affects the Homeland Security Enterprise


Join experts from the RAND Homeland Security Research Division for a conversation about artificial intelligence's impact on the Department of Homeland Security and the homeland security enterprise more broadly. With the explosive growth of AI tools exposing new threats and opportunities for the United States, AI will have impacts across affect every homeland security mission, from countering terrorism to securing cyberspace to preserving American economic security. This discussion will highlight ways that AI and machine learning might assist agencies in fulfilling their homeland security mission, as well as explore the risks AI poses across the mission set.

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Speakers are:

  • Carter Price, research quality assurance manager, RAND Homeland Security Research Division
  • Douglas Yeung, associate director, management, technology, and capabilities program, RAND Homeland Security Research Division
  • Brodi Kotila, attorney and senior political scientist at RAND


Thursday, February 8, 2024, 1:00-2:00 PM EST


Virtual event; Zoom (link provided upon registration)


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