The panel features moderator Jude James Baker, Chair of the Standing Committee on Law and National Security, and panelists Peter Weinberger of Google, Chris Inglis of Paladin Capital Group and former Deputy Director of the Naitonal Security Agency, and W. Renn Gade of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
The panelists’ recommended articles are:
- The Fourth Amendment in the Information Age, Robert S. Litt, 126 Yale L.J. Forum 8 (2016).
- U.S. Commitment to the Privacy Shield Remains Strong, Robert S. Litt, Lawfare, (June 15, 2017).
- The New Intelligence Sharing Procedures Are Not About Law Enforcement, Robert S. Litt, Just Security, (Mar. 30, 2016).
- A Way Forward on Section 702 Queries, Elizabeth Goitein & Robert S. Litt, Just Security, (Feb. 20, 2018).
- Illuminating a New Domain: The Role and Nature of Military Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance in Cyberspace, Chris Inglis U.S. Naval Academy, (Sept. 10, 2016).
- A World Without Work, Derek Thompson, The Atlantic (July/Aug. 2015).
- America’s Unseen Social Crisis: Men Without Work, Nicholas Eberstadt, Time, Sept. 22, 2016.
- Summer Study on Autonomy, U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Science Board (June 2016).
- Artificial Intelligence and National Security, Greg Allen & Taniel Chan, The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, (July, 2017).
- The full audio of the panel “Future of Digital Intelligence: Cyber, Quantum Computing, AI and Cryptography Part I - Intelligence Collection”