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Free Information-Sharing Webinar - Harnessing AI in Professional Regulation: From Technological Innovations to Societal Impact

Free Information-Sharing Webinar - Harnessing AI in Professional Regulation: From Technological Innovations to Societal Impact

Tuesday, August 6, 2024
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)

ZOOM

Event Details

Join us for this webinar where we delve into the evolving role of AI in professional regulation. We'll explore the essence of AI technologies such as Machine Learning (ML) and Large Language Models (LLMs) and examine how recent advancements have shifted the dialogue on regulatory practices.

This session will offer a technologist's perspective on the value of liberating national data and sharing it with trusted third parties to enhance decision-making. We'll highlight the crucial role of ethical use and maintaining data integrity, emphasizing why human engagement is vital in shaping data utilization and guiding the application of AI.
 
We'll discuss the foundational components needed to implement AI effectively while upholding ethical standards and preserving the human element in regulatory processes. We'll also discuss how governments and large human service systems are leveraging AI to tackle public sector challenges and drive societal benefits. Gain insights into the implementation and capacity-building strategies that ensure AI’s benefits are maximized while navigating the complex regulatory landscape.
 
Finally, we'll address the future challenges of developing regulatory frameworks that balance innovation with ethical responsibility.

Speakers:
Dr. Arthur “Barney” Maccabe - Executive Director, Institute for Computation and Data-Enabled Insight (ICDI), University of Arizona
Justin Brown - Center for Digital Government and the Center for Public Sector AI (previously OK Secretary for Human Services)

For More Information:

Stephanie Thompson
Stephanie Thompson
Content Coordinator

This webinar is hosted by CLEAR's Regulatory Agency Administration Committee.  Registration for this webinar is free.