July 7th, Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, New York City
AI Now: The Social and Economic Implications of Artificial Intelligence Technologies in the Near-Term, a free public symposium at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts in New York City on July 7th from 4:30pm until 8:00pm.
The White House and New York University’s Information Law Institute, with support from Google Open Research, Microsoft Research and the MacArthur Foundation will host a major public symposium to address the near-term impacts of AI technologies across social and economic systems.
The focus will be the challenges of the next 5-10 years, specifically addressing four themes: social inequality, labor, healthcare, and ethics. Leaders from industry, academia, and civil society will share ideas for technical design, research and policy directions.
AI Now Co-Chairs
Kate Crawford – Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research; Senior Research Fellow, New York University Information Law Institute
Meredith Whittaker – Founder and Lead, Google Open Research
AI Now Program Committee
Eric Horvitz – Technical Fellow & Managing Director, Microsoft Research
Helen Nissenbaum – Director, New York University Information Law Institute
Latanya Sweeney – Professor of Government and Technology in Residence at Harvard University, former Federal Trade Commission Chief Technology Officer
Mustafa Suleyman – Co-founder and Head of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Google DeepMind
Nicole Wong – Former White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer
Ryan Calo – Co-founder, University of Washington Tech Policy Lab, Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Law