Artificial intelligence will continue to exponentiallyimpact each part of our daily lives. This technology will produce so many positiveresults, making our businesses more efficient, & our personal lives more productive but as we continue building, it is our responsibility to be aware of the potential negatives of the tech.
Join as we dig deeper into the social impact of artificialintelligence & what our responsibilities are as builders & investors of the technology tothe rest of humanity.
Refreshments will be served.
Julie Samuels - Executive Director at Tech:NYC
Julie Samuels is Executive Director of Tech:NYC, an organization representing New Yorks fast growing, entrepreneurial tech industry. Before that she was Executive Director at Engine, a nation-wide nonprofit focused on technology entrepreneurship & advocacy, where she remains a member of the Board. Julie is a frequent commentator on technology & policy issues for national mediaparticularly in the intellectual property spaceand she has filed briefs with the Supreme Court & testified before Congressional Committees. She previously worked at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, where she was a senior staff attorney & the Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents. Before joining EFF, Julie litigated IP & entertainment cases. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Julie spent time as a legislative assistant at the Media Coalition in New York, as an assistant editor at the National Journal in D.C., & she worked at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) in Champaign, IL. Julie earned her J.D. from Vanderbilt University & her B.S. in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Steven Kuyan - Managing Director at NYU Future Labs
Steven cofounded & is responsible for managing the Data Future Lab, Digital Future Lab, AI NexusLab, & Veterans Future Lab. He develops strategic initiatives to accelerate innovation at NYU Tandon School of Engineering through programs that establish & support student ventures.