A Conversation on AI Regulation with Representative Ted Lieu (L’94) and Representative Ken Buck
June 22, 2023
Watch the recording of the bipartisan fireside chat.
A Conversation on AI Regulation with Representative Ted Lieu and Representative Ken Buck
Thursday, June 22 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm | 500 First St NW (Georgetown Law Campus) and Livestream
The Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy welcomes Congressman Ted Lieu of California’s 36th District (L’94) and Congressman Ken Buck of Colorado’s 4th District to campus on Thursday, June 22 at 3:00 pm for a conversation on regulating Artificial Intelligence.
In a bipartisan fireside chat, Reps. Lieu and Buck will discuss what types of AI should be regulated, what standards should apply, and who should regulate it.
Rep. Lieu, an alumnus of the Georgetown University Law Center, is one of the few computer science majors currently serving in Congress. Earlier this year, he published an op-ed in the New York Times, advocating for the creation of a nonpartisan AI Commission to provide recommendations on how to structure a federal agency to regulate AI.
Rep. Buck is co-chair of the Congressional Big Tech Antitrust Caucus and a co-sponsor (with Rep. Lieu, Rep. Don Beyer, and Sen. Ed Markey) of the bipartisan and bicameral Block Nuclear Launch by Autonomous Artificial Intelligence Act, H.R. 2894.
AI Governance Series: Exploring AI Accountability Policy with Russ Hanser, NTIA Associate Administrator for Policy Analysis and Development
Thursday, June 29 | 4:00pm – 5:00pm | Virtual
For this month’s edition of the ongoing AI Governance Series, the Global TechNet Working Group of the Institute for Technology Law & Policy welcomes Russ Hanser, NTIA Associate Administrator for Policy Analysis and Development, for a discussion about AI accountability efforts. NTIA/Department of Commerce has requested public comment on AI accountability policy and will produce a report on how to build a more robust AI accountability ecosystem. Presented in partnership with the Wikimedia Initiative of the Yale Information Society Project, the event will feature remarks followed by an expert panel discussion.
- Natalie Roisman, Executive Director, Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy
- Anupam Chander, Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology, Georgetown Law
- Nikolas Guggenberger, Assistant Professor, University of Houston Law Center
- Mehtab Khan, Director, Wikimedia Initiative at the Yale Information Society Project
- Neel Sukhatme, Anne Fleming Research Professor; Professor of Law, Georgetown Law