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The Global South, Geopolitics, and the U.S., Europe, and China's Competition to Influence Global AI Regulation

April 17, 2024 Events

As the digital era continues to evolve, AI governance is becoming a critical issue that requires comprehensive and inclusive approaches. This panel discussion will address the nuances of AI governance in Africa and the broader Global South, with the goal of advocating for balanced AI governance approaches that take into account the impact of AI on labor, the environment, sustainability, human rights, economic development, privacy, and governance, and meet the needs of local communities, rather than imposing one-size-fits-all policy solutions derived from Europe.

AI Governance Series — ChatGPT: Lessons and Reflections

February 15, 2024 Events

To discuss the development of ChatGPT, its impact, and the future of generative AI, the AI Governance Virtual Symposium Series is pleased to host OpenAI Chief Strategy Officer Jason Kwon in a webinar panel discussion with expert faculty on Thursday, February 15.

Georgetown Law Technology Review Symposium

January 30, 2024 Events

Artificial intelligence has captured the imagination of average netizens and sophisticated technologists alike. While AI and generative AI already have several popular use cases across industries, their use and/or disuse in the legal profession raises important questions about how this new class of technologies will affect the law and the profession itself.