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Monday, March 6 • 10:30am - 11:30am
What’s Next in AI Governance? Frameworks, Regulations, & Impact Assessments

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AI governance is maturing fast. Earlier this year, NIST released its pioneering AI Risk Management Framework. Lawmakers, together with academia, industry, and civil society, are turning to impact assessments as a tool to address AI risks and advance accountability. State and local governments, meanwhile, are taking action, with a New York City law on automated hiring tools entering into effect this past January. How do policymakers strike a balance between enabling responsible innovation and advancing trust in AI? What approaches to AI governance can reasonably be advanced today and what should be left to when AI standards are mature? This panel will explore the state of AI governance and the frameworks, tools, and regulations that will shape its future.

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Ashley Gold

Tech Reporter, Axios

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Elham Tabassi

Chief Of Staff, Information Technology Laboratory, NIST
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Evangelos Razis

Senior Manager, Public Policy, Workday
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Bertram Lee Jr.

Senior Policy Counsel for Data Decision Making, and AI, Future of Privacy Forum
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Michael Richards

Director, Policy, Technology Engagement Center, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Monday March 6, 2023 10:30am - 11:30am EST
Convene 600 14th Street Northwest, 4th Floor, Washington, DC, 20005