- Robert B. Mahini / Senior Competition Counsel, Google
- James Cooper / GMU Antonin Scalia Law School
- Aryeh Friedman / Dun & Bradstreet
- Janis Kestenbaum / Perkins Coie LLP
- Edith Ramirez / Hogan Lovells
Presented by the Media and Technology Committee.
Many industries are using Artificial Intelligence to gain consumer insights, create services, and power next-gen technology. Does AI necessarily trade privacy for enhanced products and services? Can existing approaches to privacy and competition policy adequately address the concerns AI poses for both? How should regulators be thinking about thinking machines?