Phas3 founder, Alexandra, was in attendance at the SCSP Global Emerging Technology Summit 2022 in Washington D.C. in October 2022, which was chaired by Eric Schmidt. The summit brought together some of the world’s leading statesmen, technologists, and thinkers to discuss how to position the United States and fellow democracies to win the tech competition.
The summit served as a powerful platform for driving a bipartisan national security tech agenda, with U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan outlining the Biden Administration’s technology strategy. Key members of Congress from both sides of the aisle also outlined their legislative priorities and accomplishments. Allies and partners from various countries shared their vision and initiatives.
During the summit, SCSP CEO, Ylli Bajraktari, had the opportunity to participate in a fireside chat with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. The discussion was a highlight of the summit, and Dr. Kissinger stressed the importance of SCSP’s work given the challenges facing America today.
Phas3 was also a contributor to the SCSP Report, titled “Mid-Decade Challenges to National Competitiveness”. The report establishes the importance of the United States caring about China and other authoritarian countries securing an advantage in emerging technologies and what can be done to win the technology competition.
In the report, Phas3 played a key role in providing expert advice on the topic of DeSci (Decentralised Science). As Phas3 has a deep understanding of the latest trends and advancements in the field, we were able to provide valuable insights and recommendations to the SCSP on how to address the opportunities and challenges of DeSci. Phas3’s contributions to the SCSP Report were instrumental in shaping the report's recommendations on how to address the challenges of DeSci and stay ahead of the competition in the field of emerging technologies.
Overall, the SCSP Global Emerging Technology Summit 2022 was a tremendous success, and Phas3 was honored to be a part of it. The summit reinforced the importance of a national, bipartisan priority to win in establishing technology platforms for the globe that the U.S. invent and drive.