Recent advances in artificial intelligence have captured the public’s imagination. AI-powered tools seem poised to unlock human productivity by helping people make more informed decisions and better identify opportunities. But these advances have also raised questions among policymakers about what, if any guardrails are needed so that AI is developed and used responsibly.
As leaders in Washington, D.C., Sacramento, and state capitals across the country weigh these considerations, what role do AI impact assessments have in promoting AI trust and accountability? How can policymakers balance responsible AI development and innovation?
Access Partnership and Workday joined forces to host a webinar delving into the rapidly evolving U.S. AI policy landscape and how AI impact assessments are gaining momentum as a tool for promoting trust and accountability.
- Rebecca-Bauer Kahan, California Assembly Member and Author of AB331, the “Automated Decision Systems Bill”, State of California
- Evangelos Razis, Senior Manager, Public Policy at Workday
- Matt Lenz, Senior Director, State Advocacy at BSA | The Software Alliance
- Russ Hanser, NTIA Associate Administrator for Policy Analysis and Development
- Amber Ezzell, Policy Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum
- Meghan Chilappa, Policy Counsel at Access Partnership