Security and Ethics Committee on the Regulation of Emerging Technologies (S.E.C.R.E.T.)

Industry figureheads, scientists, and powerful leaders have covertly gathered to create the Security and Ethics Committee on the Regulation of Emerging Technologies (S.E.C.R.E.T.). In this committee, we will delve into the transformative power and far-reaching implications of artificial intelligence (AI) on various aspects of society, economy, and international relations. The committee will incorporate new and unique mechanics to develop a sense of urgency in the committee. Our focus will be on understanding the opportunities, challenges, and ethical considerations associated with this rapidly evolving field. Throughout our simulations, delegates will be expected to propose forward-thinking solutions, address concerns regarding AI ethics and accountability, and strike a balance between technological progress and human welfare. Join us as we embark on a thought-provoking journey to unravel the complexities of the rise of artificial intelligence and collectively work towards shaping responsible AI governance frameworks for a better future.

Committee Overview

Meet the Director

Landon McIntosh is from Ponte Vedra, FL, and is a sophomore at the University of Florida majoring in Computer Science and Economics. Landon’s MUN experience began during his sophomore year of high school and after holding other roles in his high school Model UN, he became President of the Ponte Vedra High School Model United Nations his senior year. Landon is directing a crisis committee at SUNMUN II in addition to being the conference’s undersecretary general of media and design and was the co-chair of GATORMUN XX’s Ad-Hoc committee and a crisis staffer for SUNMUN I. Outside of MUN, Landon is involved in the Freshman Leadership Engineering Group and Fluidity. When it's time to relax, Landon enjoys the beach, midtown, reading, binging tv shows, swimming, hiking, and going on adventures with friends.