The AI Strategies team is holding their inaugural AI and Tech Policy Summer Institute from May 22nd to May 24th, 2023. The A1 and Tech Policy Summer Institute will provide opportunities for students to work with leading scholars, industry experts, government officials, and civil society activists working on AI issues.
The institute is designed to introduce GMU master's and doctoral students in social sciences, humanities, and select professional schools to the following:
- Fundamental engineering concepts about how AI works
- Policy and regulatory frameworks that are evolving to govern AI
- Debates on AI ethics
- Issue areas including security, economic, and human rights concerns from local to global levels.
For more information and application instructions, please visit the AI and Tech Policy Summer Institute web page here: https://www.aistrategies.gmu.edu/summerinstitute.
AI Strategies is a 3-year grant project at George Mason University funded by the Minerva Research Initiative of the Department of Defense. For more information see: aistrategies.gmu.edu.
March 29, 2023