The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Artificial Intelligence Commission on Competitiveness, Inclusion, and Innovation (AI Commission) hosted a field hearing on June 13 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM BST/ 7:00 – 11:00 AM ET in London. During the field hearing, the Commission heard testimony about financial technology (Fin-Tech) and global competitiveness as it relates to artificial intelligence.
12:00 PM BST / 7:00 AM ET – Welcome Remarks
- Clifford Chance
12:02 PM BST / 7:02 AM ET – Opening Remarks
- Lizzie Greenhalgh, Deputy Director for Regulation and AI, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
12:10 PM BST / 7:10 AM ET – Introduction
- Co-Chair Rep. John Delaney
- Co-Chair Rep. Mike Ferguson
12:15 PM BST / 7:15 AM ET – Testimony
- Mirit Eldor, Director of Strategy, Elsevier
- Rupak Ghose, Chief Operating Officer, Galytix
- Kenneth Cukier, Deputy Executive Editor & Host of Babbage Podcast, The Economist
1:05 PM BST / 8:05 AM ET – Testimony
- Zitah McMillan, CEO & Co-Founder, Predictive Black
- Philip Lockwood, Deputy Head of Innovation, NATO (virtual)
- Miri Zilka, Research Fellow in Machine Learning and Associate Fellow, University of Cambridge
- Alex Creswell, Vice President of Public Policy, Graphcore
2:05 PM BST / 9:05 AM ET – Testimony
- Tania Duarte, Co-Founder, We and AI
- Rohit Israni, Chairman INCITS/Artificial Intelligence (View Testimony)
- Laura Galindo, AI Policy Manager, Meta
- Nathan Benaich, Founder, Air Street
3:05 PM BST / 10:05 AM ET – Testimony
- Julie Dawson, Chief Policy & Regulatory Officer, Yoti
- Siva Chamarti, Head of Machine Learning, Shell
- Sasha Haco, Founder, Unitary AI
- Carissa Véliz, Associate Professor, Faculty of Philosophy and the Institute for Ethics in AI, and Tutorial Fellow, University of Oxford (virtual)
3:50 PM BST / 10:50 AM ET – Closing Remarks
- Jonathan Kewley, Partner and Co-Chair of Global Tech Group, Clifford Chance
About the Commission: The Commission Co-Chaired by former Congressmen John Delaney and Mike Ferguson will convene thought leaders with experience in government, industry, and civil society to address the advancement and challenges regarding the adoption of artificial intelligence within our society. The Commission will release a report based on public testimony proposing policy solutions that accomplish the goal of ensuring the United States continues to lead in innovation while fostering fairness in the deployment of this revolutionary technology.
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