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Claire Leibowicz, Justin Hendrix, John Borthwick, and Douglas Rushkoff - live at Betaworks

Ep. 243

Head of the AI and Media Integrity Program at the Partnership on AI (PAI) Claire Leibowicz, Tech Policy Press CEO and Editor Justin Hendrix, Betaworks CEO John Borthwick, and Douglas Rushkoff come up with guiding principles for the future of artificial intelligence on a live panel discussion recorded at Betaworks on Monday, April 3.


🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff announces a new MA program in Media Arts and Performance, for community-minded artist, media activists, and performers.


📰 You can read Rushkoff’s monologue, Wanna Make Something Together, on Medium.


About Claire Leibowicz

Claire Leibowicz is the Head of the AI and Media Integrity Program at The Partnership on AI (PAI) and a doctoral candidate at Oxford. Claire has worked in AI and society for almost a decade, developing multistakeholder strategies, researching responsible AI, and informing technology practices and policies.


Keep up with Claire Leibowicz

Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | Partnership on AI


About Justin Hendrix

Justin Hendrix is CEO and Editor of Tech Policy Press, a new nonprofit media venture concerned with the intersection of technology and democracy. Previously, he was Executive Director of NYC Media Lab. He spent over a decade at The Economist in roles including Vice President, Business Development & Innovation. He is an associate research scientist and adjunct professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Opinions expressed here are his own.


Keep up with Justin Hendrix:

📰 Tech Policy Press | Twitter | LinkedIn


About John Borthwick

John Borthwick is CEO of betaworks. betaworks is a technology company that builds and invests in companies across the social, data driven media internet. Companies that betaworks has built include Giphy, Dots, bitly and Chartbeat. Betaworks also acquired and re-launched Digg and Instapaper. Prior to betaworks, John was Senior Vice President of Alliances and Technology Strategy for Time Warner Inc. John’s company, WP-Studio, founded in 1994, was one of the first content studios in New York’s Silicon Alley. John holds an MBA from Wharton (1994) and an undergraduate degree BA in Economics from Wesleyan University (1987). He sits on the board of WNYC and the New Museum.


Keep up with John Borthwick

Betaworks | Twitter | LinkedIn | Betaworks AI Camp: Argument

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