Senior Fellow for Technology & Innovation, R Street Institute
Senior Research Fellow, The Center for Growth and Opportunity
Friday, November 3rd
2:00 p.m. ET
Join RNLA for a discussion on artificial intelligence regulation, including Biden's recent executive order and AI's impact on elections.
This webinar will feature special guest Adam Thierer, Senior Fellow for Technology & Innovation at R Street Institute, and Neil Chilson, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity.
Adam Thierer works to make the world safe for innovators and entrepreneurs by pushing for a policy vision that is rooted in the idea of “permissionless innovation.” Prior to R Street, Adam spent 12 years as a senior fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Before the Mercatus Center, he served as the president of the Progress and Freedom Foundation. Adam has also worked for the Adam Smith Institute, the Heritage Foundation and the Cato Institute.
Neil Chilson is a lawyer, computer scientist, and author of the book “Getting Out of Control: Emergent Leadership in a Complex World.” Chilson was previously the senior research fellow for Technology and Innovation at Stand Together, where he guided efforts to understand and promote the legal and cultural paradigms that best enable people to discover, innovate, and improve all our lives. Before Stand Together, Chilson was the Chief Technologist at the Federal Trade Commission, where he focused on the economics of privacy and blockchain-related issues.
This is a Zoom video webinar. Registration is required.
There will also be an option to dial in on your phone and listen to the audio.
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