We’re thrilled to announce another panel at State of the Net on January 29. We’ve asked a panel of experts to look at the intersection of artificial intelligence and public policy. Deirdre Mulligan of UC Berkeley, Alex Rosenblat of Data & Society, Nicol Turner Lee of Brookings, and Mina Hanna of IEEE-USA join us talk about the policy implications of the rise of AI.
Policymakers continue to express alarm at the rate at which tech firms are incorporating AI into all facets of business, infrastructure, and government. While calls to slow down innovation are rarely effective, policymakers and policy experts are acknowledging the need for a careful examination of the impact of algorithms on all aspects of society and business.
Learn more by attending the 15th Annual State of the Net Internet Policy Conference on January 29, 2019
This year, the conference will feature a number of high-profile speakers, including Deputy Attorney General Makan Delrahim, Columbia Law School Professor Tim Wu, FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter, and many more.
In the last few years the conference has featured keynote speakers including Senators John Thune and Brian Schatz, Representatives Susan DelBene, Cathy McMorris Rodgers, and Anna Eshoo, FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell, United States CTO Megan Smith, FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeney, Coinbase Co-Founder Fred Ehrsam, Privacy Advocate Max Schrems, and Department of Homeland Security Under Secretary Suzanne Spaulding.
Follow us on Twitter for updates as we finalize the conference agenda and announce our final speakers. Registration is free for all government staff, press and media, and a limited number of student tickets are available. Discounted tickets are available for non-profit and academic attendees.