Voting Ends August 30!
We’ve put together some great policy panels for next year’s SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP to get in the final conference program!
Please vote for us and help bring free-market ideas to Austin’s annual gathering of technologists, activists and entrepreneurs.
Panels featuring R Streeters:
Creative Ways to Solve the Bias Problem in AI: CLICK TO VOTE!
- Featuring: Sasha Moss, Federal Affairs Manager & Policy Counsel, R Street Institute
- Sarah Holland, Assembly Cohort, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and MIT Media Lab
- Heather West, Senior Policy Manager, Americas Principal, Mozilla
- Tiffany Li, Attorney and Resident Fellow, Yale Law School Information Society Project
Can a Computer Invent?: CLICK TO VOTE!
- Featuring: Charles Duan, Director, Technology & Innovation Policy, R Street Institute
- Rachel Wolbers, Policy Director, Engine Advocacy
- Ryan Calo, Professor & Co-Founder, Tech Policy Lab, University of Washington
- Ellen Satterwhite, Vice President, Glen Echo Group
Music Licensing Rules of the Road: CLICK TO VOTE!
- Featuring: Ian Adams, Associate Vice President, State Affairs, R Street Institute
- Elizabeth Frazee, Co-founder and CEO, Twin Logic Strategies
- Meredith Rose, Policy Counsel, Public Knowledge
- Greg Barnes, General Counsel, Digital Media Association
OLD MEN YELL AT (THE) CLOUD: CONGRESS AND TECH: CLICK TO VOTE!
- Featuring: Zach Graves, Head of Policy, Lincoln Network/Associate Fellow, R Street Institute
- Mark Takano, Member of Congress, US Congress
- Jessica Rosenworcel, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
- Tim O’Reilly, Founder, O’Reilly Media
Harnessing the Holodeck: VR, Work & Society: CLICK TO VOTE!
- Anne Hobson, Program Manager, The Mercatus Center/Associate Fellow, R Street Institute
- Jake Sally, Director of Immersive Development, Mercatus Center at GMU
- Rachael Vaughn, Corporate Counsel, Google
- Clarence Williams, Lead for Government Engagement, National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce
We’ve also put together a great list of policy panels from our friends!
- How a Record Number of Women Ran and Won in 2018
- A Day Without GPS: What Would You Do?
- Automatic for the People: PublicService Automation
- How Scientology and Porn Shaped the Internet
- FinTech + RegTech: Rapid Rise in Federal Funding
- Disrupting Policy in the District and Beyond
- Play Me, Maybe? Will the DOJ Silence Live Music?
- Where Do Alexa, Siri, and Watson Brunch?
- All Ears: Engaging Users Through Smart Speakers
- Immersion at Scale: AR/MR Will Change Everything
- Digital Security in the 21st Century
If you have any panels you’d like us to add to this list, please email Sasha Moss: email@example.com.