Incubating Artificial Intelligence: A Future Tense Event Recap

Levi Tillemann, David Vladeck, Hilary Cain, Lisa Ellman, and Corey Owens New America Artificial intelligence is on its way to ubiquity—and we’re not ready. Self-driving cars, facial recognition technology, and teenage chat bots are only harbingers of what’s to come. Industries are exploring new ways to harness A.I. technology while policymakers are working with antiquated laws and regulations in order to keep up with innovation. On March 24, Arizona State University’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society and Future Tense—a partnership of Slate, New America, and ASU—held an event in Washington, D.C. to explore new ways for policymakers, community members, and industry leaders to respond to and plan for the development and deployment of A.I. technology. At the event, Levi Tillemann, managing partner at Valence Strategic and an…


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