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AI for Citizen Engagement

AI for Citizen Engagement

Oct 26

4:00 pm

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Join the Burnes Center for Social Change at Northeastern University and the GovLab on October 26 at 4:00pm ET for a conversation with Róbert BjarnasonColin Megill, and Ariel Procaccia as part of the Rebooting Democracy in the Age of AI Lecture Series.

The virtual conversation will be moderated by Professor Beth Simone Noveck, Director of the Burnes Center and the GovLab. 

AI for Citizen Engagement 
How can Artificial Intelligence improve how we engage with citizens? Join us to talk with leaders using and studying AI to enable new forms of democratic engagement. We will showcase these exciting new examples in practice, what problems they are solving, and the successes of these solutions in enabling more participatory governing and strengthening our democracy.

The Rebooting Democracy in the Age of AI Lecture Series will provide an opportunity to talk with innovative designers, thinkers, and changemakers from around the world working to “do democracy” differently.  We will explore how machine learning, natural language processing, generative AI, can enable more participatory and inclusive ways of solving problems and strengthen our ability to collaborate in governing ourselves.  Through online and in-person conversations with pioneers working to democratize power in governments, schools and workplaces, these conversations aim to address how to use new technologies to strengthen democracy.

The series is hosted by the Burnes Center for Social Change and the GovLab, in partnership with the Institute for Experiential AI at Northeastern University. 

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