Overview of the US Senate-proposed roadmap for Artificial Intelligence, and Discussion of its implications for Transparency and Privacy

Digital Governance — Webinar

United States — May 28, 2024 @ 9:00am - 10:00am GMT-05:00

Washington, DC

Host Organization and Partners — REI Systems, Inc.



Earlier this month, the United States Senate proposed a roadmap for Artificial Intelligence. There will likely be a rich discussion of government’s role in overseeing AI that merits attention. In particular, AI’s use in government may present a risk that government decisions will be less transparent as the government itself uses AI. The hosts will offer a brief overview on the U.S. Senate proposal, and then moderate a discussion that:
• Invites feedback/comments from the Open Government community on the U.S. Senate proposal; and
• Invites ideation on how to preserve transparency and privacy as use of artificial intelligence becomes more common.

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