Media Advisory — MIT researchers: AI policy needed to manage impacts build more equitable systems

On Thursday May 6 and Friday May 7 the AI Policy Forum — a global effort convened by investigationers from MIT — will present their initial plan recommendations aimed at managing the effects of artificial intelligence and edifice AI systems that better return societys values. Recognizing that there is unlikely to be any single national AI plan but rather open policies for the separate ways in which we meet AI in our lives forum leaders will preview their previous findings and plan recommendations in three key areas: finance mobility and health care.

The inaugural AI Policy Forum Symposium a potential occurrence hosted by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing will fetch unitedly AI and open plan leaders government officials from about the globe regulators and advocates to investigate some of the urgent questions posed by AI in our economies and societies. The symposiums program will component remarks from open planmakers helping shape governments approaches to AI; state and federal regulators on the front lines of these issues; designers of self-driving cars and cancer-diagnosing algorithms; faculty examining the systems used in emerging finance companies and companiond concerns; and investigationers pushing the boundaries of AI.

AI Policy Forum (AIPF) Symposium

MIT speakers: 

  • Martin A. Schmidt MIT provost
  • Daniel Huttenlocher AIPF chair and dean of the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing
  • Regina Barzilay MIT School of Engineering Distinguished Professor of AI and Health; AI faculty lead of the Jameel Clinic at MIT
  • Daniel Weitzner establishing ruler of the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative; preceding U.S. vicegerent chief technology official in the Office of Science and Technology Policy
  • Luis Videgaray senior lecturer in the MIT Sloan School of Management; preceding strange minister and minister of finance of Mexico
  • Aleksander Madry professor of computer science in the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • R. David Edelman ruler of open plan for the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative; preceding particular helper to U.S. President Barack Obama for economic and technology plan
  • Julie Shah MIT companion professor of aeronautics and astronautics; companion dean of collective and ethical responsibilities of computing in the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing
  • Andrew Lo professor of finance in the MIT Sloan School of Management

Guest speakers and participants: 

  • Julie Bishop chancellor of the Australian National University; preceding minister of strange affairs and limb of the Parliament of Australia
  • Andrew Wyckoff ruler for science technology and alteration at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  • Martha Minow 300th Anniversary University Professor at Harvard Law School; preceding dean of the Harvard Law School
  • Alejandro Poire dean of the School of Public Policy at Monterrey Tec; preceding secretary of the inside of Mexico
  • Ngaire Woods dean of the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford
  • Darran Anderson ruler of strategy and alteration at the Texas Department of Transportation
  • Nat Beuse vice chairman of security at Aurora; preceding head safety regulator for autonomous vehicles at the U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Laura Major chief technology official of Motional
  • Manuela Veloso head of AI investigation at JP Morgan Chase
  • Stephanie Lee managing ruler of BlackRock Systematic Active Equities Emerging Markets

Thursday and Friday May 6 and 7

Media RSVP:
Reporters interested in attending can register here. More information on the AI Policy Forum can be establish here