Fran Faircloth, Kelsey McIntosh, Caitlin Chin, Kate Vlach
Artificial Intelligence (AI), including machine learning and other AI-based tools, can be effective ways to sort large amounts of data and make predictions based on that data. AI has faced criticism, however, in terms of the privacy of individuals whose data is collected and in terms of ways that AI predictions or profiling can incorporate and perpetuate discriminatory biases. This panel will examine ways that we can harness the benefits of AI use while mitigating privacy and bias concerns.
Fran Faircloth, Partner, Ropes & Gray
Kelsey McIntosh, Privacy Counsel, Match Group
Caitlin Chin, Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Kate Vlach, Policy Director, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia