Hosts Joe Grogan and Eric Ueland explore the paths forward for policymakers grappling with the limitless possibilities of AI. They are joined by prolific author and 30+ year veteran of Washington’s approach to technology, innovation, and public policy, Adam Thierer. They discuss how global regulators have helped—or harmed—human progress and American innovation. This episode is a master class in the precedents and current thinking shaping this rapidly evolving technology. See more at these links.

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Pieces by Adam

Without Section 230 Protections, Generative AI Innovation Will Be Decimated

Flexible, Pro-Innovation Governance Strategies for Artificial Intelligence

Overregulating AI Will Disrupt Markets and Discourage Competition

White House Executive Order Threatens to Put AI in a Regulatory Cage

What I Learned about the Power of AI at the Cleveland Clinic

Running List of My Research on AI, ML & Robotics Policy