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What We’ve Been Up to This Month
FLI submitted public comments on a regulation by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regarding the legal liability of using AI systems under the Fair Housing Act.
Jessica Cussins gave a talk at the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI 2019 Fall Conference on AI Ethics, Policy and Governance.
Jared Brown attended the Global Forum on Artificial Intelligence for Humanity (GFAIH). In addition to attending the conference, he also met with partner organizations and other governmental and non-governmental representatives to discuss FLI support for the launch of the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) and the OECD’s AI Policy Observatory (AIPO). Jared also continued consultations with the U.S. Defense Innovation Board (DIB) on the draft AI Principles for Defense released on Oct. 31.
Emilia Javorsky, Jared Brown, & Kirsten Gronlund attended meetings and events at the United Nations in New York in support of ongoing advocacy work for international governance of lethal autonomous weapons.
Richard Mallah gave a talk at the Responsible AI Summit conference in Montreal on how AI safety and AI ethics increasingly overlap as AI becomes more capable. He also participated in a panel discussion there on relevant regulatory concerns.