Policy - Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a suite of technologies capable of learning, reasoning, adapting, and
performing tasks in ways inspired by the human mind. With access to data and the computational power and human ingenuity required to extract increasing value from it, researchers are building intelligent software and machines to enhance human productivity and empower people everywhere. Technology startups and companies have developed AI systems to help solve some of society’s most pressing problems, from medical diagnosis to education to economic productivity and empowerment.
ITI advocates on behalf of our member companies and the larger technology ecosystem for policies that support the spirit of innovation that drives our economy and transforms our world while also ensuring that AI remains inclusive and accessible.
- ITI Comments to the Canadian Office of the Privacy Commissioner's Consultation on Privacy & Artificial Intelligence (March 12, 2020)
- ITI Comments on Brazil National AI Strategy (March 02, 2020)
- ITI Recommendations on EU's Strategy on Artificial Intelligence (February 14, 2020)
- 116th Congress Legislative Priorities (March 13, 2019)
- Policy Recommendations for a European Tech Agenda (March 12, 2019)
Cognizant’s Bret Greenstein & Tobi Young on the Interplay Between COVID-19 and Technology (June 10, 2020)
Jason Oxman is joined on the Download On Tech podcast by Cognizant’s Global SVP Head of Artificial Intelligence Bret Greenstein and Vice President of Government Affairs & Legal Tobi Young. Bret and Tobi ...
Examining Questions on AI and Liability with ITI Members and MEP Voss (May 19, 2020)
With the publication of the European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence on 19 February 2020, the policy debate around Artificial Intelligence – and how it will be regulated by EU institutions ...
Tech’s Legislative Outlook for 2019: Building on 2018’s Momentum for Innovation and Growth (March 13, 2019)
The 116th Congress marks another moment of profound political change and an important opportunity to advance policies that meet the needs of Americans and American-based businesses in the 21st century. ...
Ensuring Technology Serves as a Force for Good (March 06, 2019)
It’s easy to forget just how much technology has changed our world and our lives. A little more than a decade ago, a small business owner relied on foot traffic from local customers rather than web visits ...
Building the Future, One Job at a Time (January 30, 2019)
In our recent book, What To Do When Machines Do Everything we argue that in 10 years’ time employment levels in the Western world will be higher than they are today. For some people that’s a head scratcher. ...
ITI Shares Tech Policy Recommendations to Support Economic Recovery with Biden-Harris Transition Team (December 15, 2020)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI outlined a set of policies the Biden-Harris Administration can adopt to ensure that the U.S. technology sector can continue to serve as indispensable ...
ITI Welcomes Executive Order on Use of AI in Government (December 04, 2020)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI issued the following statement in reaction to the Executive Order Promoting Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence in Government: “Artificial Intelligence ...
ITI: Guidance on AI Regulation Will Advance Responsible Innovation (November 18, 2020)
WASHINGTON — Today, global tech trade association ITI welcomed the release of finalized guidance for U.S. federal agencies as they consider regulations for artificial intelligence (AI) applications. The ...
ITI Highlights European Parliament Report on Civil Liability Rules for Artificial Intelligence (October 20, 2020)
BRUSSELS – Today, ITI highlighted the following statement on the adoption of Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Axel Voss’s report on civil liability rules for Artificial Intelligence (AI) by the ...
ITI Encourages Ongoing Stakeholder Engagement on NIST’s Explainable AI Efforts (October 15, 2020)
WASHINGTON – In comments submitted to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), NISTIR 8312: Four Principles of Explainable Artificial Intelligence today, global tech trade association ...