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On November 7th [2017], Naveen Rao, Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Artificial Intelligence Products Group traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in a public panel of thought leaders to discuss how artificial intelligence (AI) is positively impacting our lives and society. Later he met with policymakers about the current reality of artificial intelligence, to address concerns, and describe how public policy can enable further technological advancement.

Changing the AI Policy Game Requires Changing the Rules

Chairman Hurd’s House Oversight and Government Reform’s Subcommittee on Information Technology has scheduled a hearing on artificial intelligence for Wednesday, Feb 14 [2018] at 2 PM EST. The hearing is aptly named “Game Changers.” There’s no question that AI will be a game changer; the question is, what kind?

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Intel Recommends Public Policy for Artificial Intelligence

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