- To examine the potential role for the government and the private sector in addressing challenges presented by Artificial Intelligence (AI).
- To consider the merits and costs of the government role in potential solutions to challenges including bias, ethics, global competitiveness, privacy and transparency.
- On February 14, 2018, the Information Technology Subcommittee held the first hearing of a three-part series. During this hearing, the Subcommittee heard from four experts from the private sector and academia.
- On March 7, 2018, the Subcommittee held the second hearing, which featured government witnesses to discuss how their agencies are engaging with AI through research, procurement and applications.
- Our three-part series has identified several potential challenges for industries affected by the widespread adoption of AI technology, focusing on one central question: what is the appropriate role of the government related to these challenges and opportunities?
Witnesses and testimonies
|Gary Shapiro||President||Consumer Technology Association||Document|
|Terah Lyons||Executive Director||Partnership on AI||Document|
|Ben Buchanan||Postdoctoral Fellow, Cyber Security Project, Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program||Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School||Document|