AI and chips: What the future holds for the US and China

AI and chips: What the future holds for the US and China

November 3

This virtual event hosted by Protocol will bring together tech and policy experts to discuss the future of AI-related partnerships existing among tech businesses, developers, and AI researchers in the U.S. and China.

Panel Discussion I: The future of cross-border AI tech
Protocol's senior AI and data reporter Kate Kaye and expert panelists will address AI tech collaboration between the U.S. and China, the possibility of further U.S.-China detachments that could affect the AI and semiconductor industries, how AI tech collaboration between the U.S. and China will be difficult to disentangle, and more.

  • Abigail Coplin, assistant professor of sociology and science, technology, and society, Vassar College
  • Xiaomeng Lu, director of geotechnology, Eurasia Group
  • Davis Sawyer, co-founder & chief product officer, Deeplite

Panel Discussion II: Analyzing the AI “values competition”
Kate and expert panelists will discuss the realities and misconceptions around AI ethics in China, the country’s AI and data privacy regulations, and the risks of an AI conversation in the U.S. driven by national security forces.

  • Rebecca Arcesati, analyst, MERICS
  • Matt Sheehan, fellow, Asia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Renard Bridgewater, community engagement coordinator, Music and Culture Coalition of New Orleans; member, Eye On Surveillance Coalition
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