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Part 1 of CNTI’s convening series on how to enable the benefits and manage the harms of artificial intelligence in journalism was co-hosted with and co-sponsored by our friends at the Computer History Museum on Oct. 13. In this session, leading thinkers in news, technology, research and policy focused specifically on the considerations and challenges of defining AI in journalism, with the goal of finding tangible areas of consensus and recommended next steps.

Learn more about the key takeaways from this convening in «Defining AI in News: Leaders in Tech, Media, Research and Policy Lay Groundwork for Global Solutions

Participants included:

Anna Bulakh, Head of Ethics & Partnerships, RespeecherBen Petrosky, Sr. Policy Counsel, Google
Garance Burke, Global Investigative Journalist, Associated PressKim Polese, Chairman, CrowdSmart
Craig Forman, Executive Chair, CNTIAimee Rinehart, Local News & AI Program Manager, Associated Press
Richard Gingras, Global VP of News, GoogleTom Rubin, Chief of Intellectual Property & Content, OpenAI
Andre Guadamuz, Reader in Intellectual Property Law, University of SussexMarietje Schaake, International Policy Director, Stanford Cyber Policy Center (Moderator)
Dan’l Lewin, President & CEO, Computer History MuseumFelix Simon, Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute
Megan Morrone, Technology Editor, AxiosKrishna Sood, Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft
Dapo Olorunyomi, Publisher, Premium TimesSergio Spagnolo, Founder/Executive Director, Núcleo Jornalismo
Matt Perault, Director, Center on Technology PolicyScott Timcke, Senior Research Associate, Research ICT Africa
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