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The Biden-Harris Administration presents an opportunity to reset our country’s approach to global digital policy and renew our commitment to global engagement and development.The Georgetown Global TechNet Working Group and the Institute for Technology Law & Policy (Tech Institute) and Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas (CAROLA) are joining together to convene policymakers, industry leaders, and scholars to discuss key issues in digital trade. The discussion will center on inclusive digital trade to promote development and Transatlantic data flows, and explore the implications of emerging regulatory approaches to data and innovative technologies for trade and trade policy. The event is enabled by the generous support of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI).
Join us in our continuation of the AI Governance Series with our new installment: AI's Role in Addressing and Exacerbating Climate Change. In this discussion, moderated by Jackie Snow, we will be discussing the different roles AI have in combatting the global climate crisis.
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.