Join Georgetown's Institute for Technology Law and Policy along with the Yale Information Society Project for the first fall entry in the AI Governance Virtual Symposium Series: AI Classification Frameworks and AI Accidents! Catherine Aiken and Helen Toner from the Center for Security and Emerging Technology will be discussing how to classify Artificial Intelligence, focusing on the new OECD framework, and the risks that can arise when accidents happen with these different kinds of AI. The Zoom webinar will be held Friday, September 24 at 11:00AM EST.
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