The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Artificial Intelligence Commission on Competitiveness, Inclusion, and Innovation (AI Commission) held its first field hearing on Thursday, March 10, at the Austin Chamber of Commerce. AI experts from civil society, government, academia, and practitioners provided testimony about global competitiveness regulation and fairness around the use of artificial intelligence.
- Former Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX)
- Former Rep. John Delaney (D-MD)
- Former Rep. Mike Ferguson (R-NJ)
- Dave DeCaprio, CTO & Co-founder, ClosedLoop.ai
- Iwao Fusillo, Chief Data & Analytics Officer, General Motors
- Melissa Kargiannakis, Founder & CEO, Skritswap
- Douglas Matty, Director, Army Artificial Intelligence Capabilities
- Bdar Boussabat, President, AI TOGETHER
- Aschalew Abiko, Dean, School of Computing & Informatics, Wachemo University
- Robert Armstrong, U.S. State Government Affairs, Senior Manager, Central, SAP
- Elizabeth Adams, Chief AI Ethics & Culture Advisor, Leadership of Responsible AI
- Charlie Burgoyne, Founder & CEO, Valkyrie
- Katharine McAden, Public Policy & External Affairs, Google
- Austin Carson, Founder & CEO, SEEDAI
- Sherri Greenberg, Professor of Practice; Fellow of Max Sherman Chair in State & Local Government; Graduate Advisor, Master of Public Affairs, University of Texas
- Sakshi Mishra, Senior Autonomous Systems Engineer, Microsoft
- Anshumali Shrivastava, Founder & CEO, ThirdAI
- Tom Quaadman, Executive Vice President, CCMC, GIPC, C_TEC
- Claire Vishik, Fellow and GMT CTO, Intel Corporation
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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