The Administrative Conference of the United States and the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law and Policy are pleased to announce the fourth and final panel in their virtual symposium on artificial intelligence in federal agencies.
This session will take place on Thursday, August 13 from 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm ET. Stephen Sanford, Director of the Center for Strategic Foresight at the Government Accountability Office will moderate a panel with current and former agency officials to discuss how their agencies currently use or contemplate using AI to support their missions and improve the government’s efficiency and effectiveness.
- Marco Enriquez, Senior Applied Mathematician, Office of Data Science, Securities and Exchange Commission
- Kurt Glaze, Program Analyst, Office of Analytics, Review, and Oversight, Social Security Administration
- Sean Khozin, Global Head of Data Strategy, Janssen R&D; Formerly Associate Director, Oncology Center of Excellence, Food and Drug Administration
- Steven Babitch, Head of AI Portfolio, Technology Transformation Service, General Services Administration
Please register for this virtual event at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6989945470876531724. You will receive a confirmation email once registered.
The third panel discussed implicit bias in AI used by the government and how the government can stop bias in private-sector AI. The second panel discussed challenges and opportunities in the intersection between artificial intelligence and core administrative law doctrines. The first panel discussed the research leading to the publication of Government by Algorithm: Artificial Intelligence in Federal Administrative Agencies. We hope you’ll be able to attend the symposium’s final session on Thursday, August 13. Please feel free to share this invitation with others who may be interested in attending.