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By now, most companies understand the value of artificial intelligence. The greater challenge? Getting ahead of the potential risks and ethical pitfalls AI can create.

The US is signalling through an increased number of legislative and executive initiatives (e.g. Algorithmic Accountability Act, NSCAI report) its desire to increasingly regulate the use of AI. The US Federal Trade Commission recently provided guidance on how to use artificial intelligence with an aim for “truth, fairness and equity.” It’s also critical for companies with global markets to understand the latest regulations from the European Union, that, if violated, could result in material fines and reputational damage.

Join the FiscalNote Executive Institute and TheBridge June 17, 10-11 a.m. ET for an exclusive, off-the-record discussion with industry experts about taking a strategic approach to AI. Featured guests include Avi Gesser, Partner at Debevoise & Plimpton; Renée Cummings, Founder & CEO, Urban AI, LLC, East Coast Regional Leader, Women in AI Ethics and Data Activist in Residence, University of Virginia; and Vlad Eidelman, Chief Scientist and Head of AI Research at FiscalNote. The discussion will be moderated by Allie Brandenburger, Co-founder and CEO of TheBridge. We’ll cover:

  • Developing a systemic approach to identifying your organization’s specific AI risks
  • Evaluating AI providers and industry collaboration
  • Advising your C-suite team on the potential legal and ethical implications of AI