CISS Experts Attend REAIM 2023 in the Netherlands


On February 15 and 16, Chinese experts from the Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University (CISS) attended the first Summit on “Responsible Artificial Intelligence in the Military Domain” (REAIM 2023) at the invitation of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The summit focused on the opportunities, challenges, and risks of AI in the military domain, during which CISS experts participated in a dozen of discussions on special topics.


On February 15, Chen Qi, Deputy Director of CISS, was invited to have a luncheon with Rogier Creemers from Leiden University Institute for Area Studies. The two sides discussed and exchanged views on topics, including AI, cybersecurity, and digital governance.


During the summit, Chen Qi also communicated with the research group led by Ingvild Bode, Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern Denmark, to discuss academic research and future cooperation on AI.


On February 16, Chen Qi and representatives of experts were invited to communicate with the cybersecurity team of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The two sides conducted in-depth discussions on such issues as cybersecurity in the Ukraine crisis, the protection of critical infrastructure, and the United Nations norms of responsible state behavior in cyberspace.

The REAIM 2023 was jointly sponsored by the governments of the Netherlands and the Republic of Korea, attracting more than 2,000 government representatives, think tanks, experts, scholars and professionals of related industries from over 100 countries worldwide. The REAIM Call to Action, released during the summit, called on the international community to strengthen multi-stakeholder discussion and cooperation on the security risks and challenges brought by AI in the military domain.

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