So this is a joint group of students, mainly sitting on that side, a little bit down this side as well. And Yale faculty. The organizational framework is an institution at Yale called International Security Studies, which does different kinds of things. So one of our most active programs is the one that is represented here on AI and cybersecurity and related issues, headed by my colleague Ted Wittenstein, who I’m going to hand over to in a second. But it also does all kinds of other things, from African security issues and across the board to a number of issues that have to do with teaching. We run the Grand Strategy program at Yale, which is primarily an undergraduate teaching program. I think those who are here in GS would admit that it’s a relatively unconventional manner look at issues of strategy, in a general sense, in a more theoretical sense, but also in a practical sense, looking at historical cases where things have gone terribly wrong and also a few cases where things have gone right. So that’s what ISS does. I think among the programs that we have, the Schmidt program on AI and cybersecurity has become one of our key programs.

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