The Senate Intelligence Committee is scheduled to release its report on artificial intelligence on Thursday.
The report is likely to focus on how the technologies that could be applied to help humans improve our jobs and keep us safe are already available, as well as what the future holds for the technology.
Among the topics covered in the report are artificial intelligence, the rise of big data, and how artificial intelligence might affect the way we think and act.
The Senate panel’s chairwoman, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., was the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence committee during the Obama administration.
The panel’s ranking Democrat, Sen.-elect Joe Manchin, D.
Va., was a member of the Intelligence Committee from 2006 to 2016.
It has been a long time since Congress has focused on AI.
It’s likely to have a more nuanced, more scientific approach, as lawmakers have grappled with the growing influence of big tech companies and their influence on government.
Feinstein and Manchin said the report will focus on a wide variety of issues, including how technology could improve jobs and security, and the implications for the economy.
The intelligence committee’s report on the impact of artificial intelligence has been more nuanced than its recent reports on other technologies.
In 2018, the committee held a hearing on the topic titled “The Future of Intelligence,” which was led by former intelligence officials.
But this year, the Senate panel will hold its own briefing, which will be more focused on the potential for AI to impact our lives and businesses.
It will also discuss the potential negative effects of AI on our society.
The committee’s new report, however, is expected to focus more on how AI can impact our jobs.
That will come as a surprise to many, as it was previously reported that the intelligence committee had a much more nuanced approach to AI.
The new report will also look at the potential impact of AI to our economy, and its impact on the country and our future.
The bipartisan panel said that artificial intelligence could affect our lives in a range of ways, and they’re already looking at how to best mitigate its impact.
For instance, it’s been suggested that AI could reduce our reliance on foreign labor, reduce our ability to predict the health of our nation, and make us less safe.
The technology also could affect how we interact with each other, such as by making us more willing to trust and cooperate with one another, or less so.
For some, it could be used to boost the economy by providing jobs.
But for others, it can create a new type of inequality.
The Committee on Science, Space, and Technology has said it will study how AI affects the economy, as a way to better understand its potential for societal benefits.
That’s not necessarily the end of the world, as AI technology has been around for quite a while, and many industries have already started using it.
The Intelligence Committee will have an opportunity to ask these big questions in its report.
For now, though, the focus on AI’s impact on our lives seems to be largely on the political front.
The political environment that will dictate how this technology plays out is going to be very different than it was in 2018.
Congress will be in recess until early January.