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With the rapid deployment of artificial intelligence (AI), the focus of AI system on chip (SoC) design has been on building smarter, faster and cheaper devices rather than safer, trusted, and more secure. It’s an issue highlighted quite well by one senior figure involved in national security policy, Jason Matheny, who has said, “AI systems are not being developed with a focus on the evolving threat landscape, despite ample funding from both the government and private sectors. In fact, less than one percent of funding is going toward security.” Matheny is founding director of the Center for Security and Emerging Technology at Georgetown University, and a commissioner on the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence.

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