Ensuring Responsible AI Innovation: Comparing Governance Paradigms

Ensuring Responsible AI Innovation: Comparing Governance Paradigms

Friday, September 15, 2023
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • The Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center (Barnes/McDowell/Cranston Rooms)
  • 326 Galvez St, Stanford, CA 94305
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Join the Cyber Policy Center and Project Liberty on Friday, September 15th from 10:30 AM - Noon Pacific for the panel discussion, Ensuring Responsible AI Innovation: Comparing Governance Paradigms. 

The event is open to the public and will be held at the Alumni Center on Stanford Campus. The in person event is now sold out; please join us for the livestream.

Governments around the world are coming to grips with the challenges and opportunities presented by the revolution in artificial intelligence. A number of regulatory models have been proposed, which span the spectrum from intense government involvement to laissez faire. Most notably, the AI Act in the EU will represent the first significant government attempt to regulate high-risk applications of AI. 

Just days ahead of the UN General Assembly Week where global leaders will also debate the future of artificial intelligence, this all-star group of panelists from government, academia, and industry, will present a discussion of different paths governments in Europe, the US and around the world are considering to regulate this new technology. 


  • Paul Fehlinger, Director of Policy, Governance Innovation & Impact, Project Liberty’s Institute

  • Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at the Cyber Policy Center, Stanford University



Stanford Cyber Policy Center

The Stanford Cyber Policy Center, a joint initiative of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and Stanford Law School, is Stanford University's research center for the interdisciplinary study of issues at the nexus of technology, governance and public policy focused on digital technologies impacting democracy, security, and geopolitics globally.

Project Liberty’s Institute 

Project Liberty’s Institute aims to enhance ethical governance by supporting timely, actionable research on digital technology and responsible innovation. Stanford University is its founding partner alongside Sciences Po in Paris and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. It serves as an international meeting ground for technologists, policymakers, academia, civil society, entrepreneurs and governance experts. Together, these interdisciplinary partners and leaders from the public and private sector create frameworks for how we build, invest in, deploy and regulate new technologies for the common good.