INNOVATION IN THE AGE OF

REGULATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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March 10, 2024
4PM CT

Description

What is the future of groundbreaking technology in the wake of recent AI regulation?

With so many new rules concerning transparency, red teaming, bug bounty hunters, and the need for unbiased input, there is escalating pressure for compliance.

While this extra red tape may feel like a burden, it is also the first time that tech companies and VCs have rules that will guide them toward making the next big thing.

While the EU’s AI Act approaches AI as a product, how will the United States establish regulations that support innovation?

In this discussion, experts will look at the future of AI and how venture capitalists, developers, and policymakers can anticipate trends.

Speakers

April Boyd

April Boyd

Vice President of Global Government Affairs and Public Policy, Spotify

April Boyd is the Vice President of Global Government Affairs and Public Policy at Spotify, one of the world’s most popular audio streaming subscription services available in over 180 markets.

Evi Fuelle

Evi Fuelle

Global Policy Director, Credo AI

Evi Fuelle leads the development of Credo AI’s policy philosophy, translates policy learnings to inform product, and manages relationships with Credo AI’s global network of policy ecosystem partners.

Joanna SmoliNska

Joanna SmoliNska

Deputy Head of EU Office in San Francisco

Joanna Smolinska is the Counsellor for Digital and Deputy Head of the European Union Office in San Francisco.

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The European Union (EU) is represented in the United States by its Delegation in Washington, D.C., which works in close coordination with the Embassies of the 27 EU Member States.