Russian government, industry, and military are investing considerable resources into developing AI capabilities. This effort encompasses a growing number of institutions and enterprises seeking to field working AI solutions. The Russian military is expanding its AI RDT&E aperture as it prepares for next-generation conflict. Samuel Bendett, an analyst with CNA and adjunct senior fellow with the Center for a New American Security, will discuss Russia’s recent AI developments and their implications for the United States and its allies.
The CNA Russia Studies Program has released the Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy in Russia report. This report pulls together public data on Russian efforts in civilian, government, academia, state and public sectors, international cooperation, and military efforts in AI and autonomy.