With the launch of ChatGPT at the end of last year, artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly become one of the hottest topics across industries. As AI technology continues to advance and become more widely available, government affairs professionals need to understand how it will impact their work and the policies they’re advocating for.
Going a step further, AI can even streamline workflows and help teams be more productive — if you know how to use it. But as AI becomes increasingly sophisticated, it is essential to understand the ethical and regulatory implications of its use.
Join our live webinar on Thursday, May 11 at 10 a.m. EDT to learn from industry experts and policymakers on how AI is already revolutionizing public policy and issues management. Our panel of speakers will explore key questions and controversies surrounding the use of AI, legislative and regulatory developments, and how you can explore, test, and use AI tools to be even better at your job.
Experts will discuss:
The biggest policy issues to watch and the controversies and ethics surrounding AI
Risks and benefits of introducing AI tools, and how to ensure that you’re using these tools responsibly
Predictions for how AI will evolve in the near future, including examples of what may be possible in just a few weeks or months
Congressman Donald S. Beyer Jr. (VA-08)
Andrew Gamino-Cheong, CTO and Co-Founder, Trustible
Bill Frischling, Vice President of Artificial Intelligence, FiscalNote
Moderator: Vlad Eidelman, CTO and Chief Scientist, FiscalNote
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