Thursday Panel on Data Analytics and AI

This Thursday, October 26, the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee will be hosting a discussion panel and lunch. We’ll be discussing the impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics on policy. A description of the event and a RSVP link are below.

Blending Data Analytics and AI: Policy Implications

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Date:  Thursday, October 26, 2017
Time:  12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (A box lunch will be served)
Location:  Rayburn House Office Building Room 2237
Follow: @NetCaucusAC | #BigDataAI


Leighanne Levensaler

Leighanne Levensaler
Senior Vice President,
Corporate Strategy

Dean Garfield

Dean Garfield
President & CEO
Information Technology
Industry Council

Chris Calabrese

Chris Calabrese
Vice President for Policy
Center for Democracy and Technology

Neil Chilson

Neil Chilson
Acting Chief Technologist
Federal Trade Commission


Joshua New

Joshua New
Policy Analyst
Center for Data Innovation

Data analytics is becoming an essential part of corporate operations, planning, and innovation. In the Internet age, companies are generating an unprecedented amount of data, and an entire industry has grown out of the need to process and understand it. How have these insights helped change the way businesses interact with consumers? What is the difference between Artificial Intelligence and Big Data, and how are these technologies used to inform decision making?

At the same time, with this new technology comes new challenges. How do the inherent biases in data sets influence analytic outcomes and decision-making algorithms? What can we do to encourage innovation when many data sets are proprietary? Join us as we explore these questions and more with a panel of experts.

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