Regulating AI: The Potential Impact of Global Regulation of Artificial Intelligence–Part III
This event is Part III of our series “Regulating AI: The Potential Impact of Global Regulation of Artificial Intelligence.”
The program will take place virtually and in-person at our Washington, D.C. office and will feature keynote speakers and panelists including members of Congress, Congressional staff and executive branch officials, as well as members of academia and the business community. The discussions will address legislative and regulatory developments and how these could impact stakeholders across the country
3:00 - 3:15 PM ET
Panel 1: US Emerging Legislative and Regulatory Framework
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Moderated by Hon. Bart Gordon (D-TN)
Over the past several months, bipartisan members of Congress and Federal regulators have raced to understand the implications of the ongoing AI revolution. These efforts include robust educational efforts, as well as a push to draft legislative and regulatory frameworks meant to help ensure that AI remains a valuable and appropriately-regulated industry. This panel will consider how the US legislative and regulatory agenda is likely to continue to develop and the implications that structure will bring to bear on the AI industry, as well as other regulated entities, while also discussing current federal funding priorities as they relate to AI.
Panelists will include bipartisan Congressional staffers from both the US Senate and House of Representatives.
4:00 PM - 4:15 PM ET
Panel 2: AI Beyond 'ChatGPT'
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM ET
Moderated by Hon. Mike Doyle (D-PA)
Since their introduction in late 2022, ChatGPT and other large language models (LLM) like it have dominated public discourse surrounding AI. While these systems dazzle with their impressive generative capabilities, the reality is that AI is so much more than just a conversational chatbot. These myriad application layers will drive the next generation of the AI-user interface, and it is important to consider the impact of AI in other domains. This panel will explore how AI affects other industries like business applications, autonomous vehicles, financial regulations, and much, much more.
Panelists will include representatives from Academia, the Administration, as well as private business.
Toast and Networking Reception
5:00 - 6:00 PM ET
Next up in the Regulating AI Series:
Part IV: Europe: The EU's AI Act - January/February 2024 - TBA