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As every sector of the global economy and nearly every facet of modern society undergo digital transformation, ITIF advocates for policies that spur not just the development of IT innovations, but more importantly their adoption and use throughout the economy. In the area of artificial intelligence, ITIF studies issues related to competitiveness, governance, ethics, development, and adoption.


US AI Policy Report Card

US AI Policy Report Card

The 117th Congress was the most AI-focused congressional session in history with 130 AI bills proposed, so it is a good moment to take stock of U.S. AI policy accomplishments to date and identify areas where there is room for continued progress.

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January 17, 2023|Events

Where Should US AI Policy Be Headed Next?

Join ITIF's Center for Data Innovation for a panel discussion on the impact and efficacy of AI policy to date. Experts will debate on how policymakers can best nurture the capabilities and activities of the U.S. AI ecosystem moving forward.

January 11, 2023|Events

PoliceTech: Maximizing Benefits and Reducing Risks

Join ITIF in-person for a discussion about what emerging technologies are on the horizon for law enforcement and how police departments can get the most out of these technologies while addressing some of the legitimate concerns.

November 10, 2022|Op-Eds & Commentary

Beware of Tech Principles in Sheep’s Clothing

In the last few years, a growing movement has advocated “responsible” technology development and use, particularly for artificial intelligence. The problem is that many of these efforts go beyond statements of generally agreed-upon principles and attempt to impose specific, elitist values and agendas on technology development.

October 18, 2022|Presentations

Building the NIST AI Risk Management Framework

Daniel Castro moderates a panel on managing AI risks at the NIST AI Risk Management Framework Workshop #3.

October 17, 2022|Testimonies & Filings

Comments to the International Trade Administration on AI Export Competitiveness

AI is transforming economic sectors and industries, creating new areas for innovations, and making its way into global trade discussions. A strong understanding of the AI landscape will be important to the International Trade Administration (ITA) and the Department of Commerce to ensure policy actions effectively strengthen the international competitiveness of U.S. industry and foster economic growth by promoting trade and investment.

October 13, 2022|Presentations

Government Perspective: Deepfakes and Restoring Trust Online

Hodan Omaar speaks at Microsoft Innovation and Policy Center's event emphasizing the importance that policymakers ensure to internationalize efforts to mitigate harm from deepfakes and disinformation as malign information campaigns are increasingly targeting non-English speakers and immigrant communities.

October 7, 2022|Presentations

How AI and Open Data Can Help Combat the Climate Crisis, Inequity, and More

Kir Nuthi speaks at the 2022 EBF Conference, discussing artificial intelligence, what it should and should not be used for, and how it can enhance leadership and business goals.

September 22, 2022|Testimonies & Filings

Testimony Before the DC Committee on Government Operations and Facilities on the “Stop Discrimination by Algorithms Act of 2021”

In testimony before the DC Committee on Government Operations and Facilities, ITIF vice president Daniel Castro, director of the Center for Data Innovation, argued that the Stop Discrimination by Algorithms Act of 2021 is well-intentioned but ultimately misguided.

September 13, 2022|Events

Should the EU Regulate General-Purpose AI Systems?

Watch the Center for Data Innovation's discussion on the proposed amendments to the EU’s AI Act for general-purpose systems and its implications for AI development, innovation, and deployment in the EU and beyond.

August 5, 2022|Press Releases

ITIF Applauds U.S. Court of Appeals Decision to Affirm USTPO’s “Inventor” Definition

Most experts have no idea if AI sentience is even possible. Thus, by no stretch of the imagination should AI systems be legally identified as a natural person.

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