Courtney Lang, Matthew Reisman, Laura Galindo

AI poses novel and complex challenges to existing legal frameworks, and deciding what appropriate, feasible, and balanced regulation should look like is not easy. Given the rapid advancement of new and emerging technologies and the difficulty of fully understanding and anticipating their effects, there is a need for effective policies to govern their development and use. However, new rules will be most effective when they’ve been developed in collaboration with multiple stakeholders from a variety of sectors. Policy prototyping, sandboxing, and design jams are all examples of innovative new ways to test effective ways to regulate and govern a complex technology such as AI. This panel brings together some of the pioneers in this field to share their learnings.

Courtney Lang, Senior Director of Policy, Trust, Data, and Technology, Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
Matthew Reisman, Director of Privacy and Data Policy, Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL)
Laura Galindo, Privacy Policy Manager, AI Policy and Governance, Meta

Courtney Lang

Senior Director of Policy, Trust, Data, and Technology
Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)

Laura Galindo

Privacy Policy Manager, AI Policy and Governance
Meta

Matthew Reisman

Director of Privacy and Data Policy
Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL)