Artificial Intelligence

Establishment of a Commission on AI Super-Intelligence to Safeguard National Security

Executive Summary

This directive outlines the urgent need for the creation of a national AI Commission on Super-Intelligence. The rapid advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in the development of super-intelligent systems, represent a clear and present danger to the future of humanity and national security. Immediate regulatory measures and oversight are essential to mitigate these risks and ensure the safety and sovereignty of the United States.


Super-intelligent AI, defined as AI that surpasses human intelligence across all fields, poses unprecedented risks. These include, but are not limited to, loss of control over critical infrastructure, weaponization of AI, economic destabilization, and potential existential threats to humanity. The accelerated pace of AI development by private companies without adequate oversight exacerbates these risks.


To mitigate the aforementioned threats, this directive mandates the creation of a national AI Commission on Super-Intelligence. This commission will be responsible for:

  1. Regulating AI research and development.

  2. Enforcing mandatory disclosure of AI progress by private companies.

  3. Embedding members of the United States Army's Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) within AI companies to provide continuous oversight.

Structure and Responsibilities

AI Commission on Super-Intelligence:

  • Chairperson: Appointed by the President.

  • Members: Representatives from the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, National Security Agency, and other relevant agencies.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Regulation: Establish and enforce guidelines for AI development to ensure compliance with national security interests.

  2. Disclosure: Mandate full transparency from AI companies regarding their research and development activities. Companies must regularly report progress and any potential security risks.

  3. Oversight: Embed JSOC members within AI companies. These operatives will monitor activities, provide security assessments, and ensure compliance with federal regulations.

Immediate Actions

  1. Formation of the Commission: Initiate the establishment of the AI Commission on Super-Intelligence within 30 days.

  2. Regulatory Framework: Develop and implement a regulatory framework for AI research and development within 60 days.

  3. JSOC Deployment: Embed JSOC operatives within leading AI companies immediately to begin oversight activities.


The establishment of the AI Commission on Super-Intelligence is critical to safeguarding national security in the face of rapidly advancing AI technologies. By regulating AI companies, mandating disclosure, and providing direct oversight through JSOC, the United States will mitigate the risks posed by super-intelligent AI and protect the future of humanity.

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