Sat, Nov 18|
The Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City
Pentagon City National Artificial Intelligence Conference November 18-19, 2023
Fellows: $400 Non-Members: $400 Undergraduate student rate: $250 The BIED Society is hosting the 2023 National Artificial Intelligence Conference to finalize a working paper on AI for policy makers. The Federal government needs help prioritizing and collaborating information for better policies.
Time & Location
Nov 18, 8:00 AM EST – Nov 19, 12:00 PM EST
The Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, 1250 S Hayes St, Arlington, VA 22202, USA
About the event
National Artificial Intelligence Conference Itinerary and suggested read aheads.
This years topic is important as the BIED Society hosts the National Artificial Intelligence Conference to prepare their working paper to Congress and other key players in the policy community. This is a great opportunity to better understand the Policy implementation obstacles and discuss the options among a room full of elite Policy Professionals and Practitioners. Government needs private input.
On August 4th 2023, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) has released, Artificial Intelligence: Overview, Recent Advances, and Considerations for the 118th Congress. It prioritizes three strategic concerns for Congress, (1) Healthcare, (2) Education, & (3) National Security. Last month, CRS release a legal sidebar on Generative Artificial Intelligence andCopyright Law
- https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/R/R47644 (Recommended reading to prepare for this conference)
Executive Office of the President
In July 2023, the Biden Administration convened representatives from seven AI companies—Amazon, Anthropic, Google, Inflection, Meta, Microsoft, and OpenAI—and announced voluntarycommitments from each of them “to help move toward safe, secure, and transparent development
of AI technology.” The administration also released an AI Bill of Rights,
Brookings Institute, last month, did a good overview of the recent Supreme Court activity.
UNESCO release, AI and the Rule of Law: Capacity Building for Judicial Systems. AI-based technologies offer major opportunities if they are developed in respect of universal norms, ethics and standards, and if they are anchored in values based on human rights and sustainable development.
The EU released, EU AI Act: first regulation on Artificial Intelligence where they highlight AI systems falling into eight specific areas that will have to be registered in an EU database: (1) Biometric identification and categorisation of natural persons, (2) Management and operation of critical infrastructure (3) Education and vocational training, (4) Employment, worker management and access to self-employment, (5) Access to and enjoyment of essential private services and public services and benefits, (6) Law enforcement, (7) Migration, asylum and border control management, & (8) Assistance in legal interpretation and application of the law.
We encourage you to join us as we review the latest events in Artificial Intelligence and attempt to organize the private sector interpretation to a way forward.
Audience: International Affairs Professionals, AI tactitions, & leaders in those impacted careers.
National Artificial Intelligence Conference$400.00+$10.00 service fee
Undergraduate Student Rate
simply show you are in college and get a nice discount.$250.00+$6.25 service fee