AI Expo Showcases Innovation


(NewsUSA) - Want to learn more about the latest innovations in artificial intelligence that will propel the United States forward as a leader in emerging technology?

The first-ever AI Expo for National Competitiveness is set to take place on May 7-8, 2024, in Washington, D.C.

The event, sponsored by the Special Competitive Studies Project, is meant to spark an exchange of ideas and initiatives related to the intersection of AI, emerging technology, and national security. You can now register to join the first ever AI Expo.

The AI Expo provides a unique opportunity to learn about groundbreaking ideas and initiatives in the world of artificial intelligence and emerging technologies.

In particular, the Expo is designed to bring together experts from a range of fields to explore the key areas of AI and emerging technology that impact our national security, economy, and society. The events scheduled for the two-day expo are designed to foster a vibrant exchange among pioneers in AI from the business world, academia, government agencies, and our international allies.

“Witness firsthand the groundbreaking technologies poised to maintain U.S. leadership on the world stage,” according to the SCSP’s website. “Dive into meaningful dialogues with experts and enthusiasts alike, all with a shared vision: to solidify the United States’ position as the leader in critical, emerging technologies.”

The AI Expo builds on the success of the SCSP’s Global Emerging Technology Summit, which took place in September of 2023. The summit brought together government and private sector leaders from the United States and allies and partners from around the world. 

SCSP is a nonprofit and nonpartisan initiative with a goal to make recommendations to strengthen America's long-term competitiveness as artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies reshape national security, the economy, and society.

The Expo offers opportunities for sponsors, exhibitors, and participants. Registration is free and open to the public. For more information, visit