CITRIS experts share rich discussion at UC AI conference

Five speakers at a table in front of a crowd of conferencegoers.

In February, the first-ever University of California Academic Congress on Artificial Intelligence brought campus and system leaders together at UCLA. The two-day event featured keynote speakers who presented research on the effect of artificial intelligence (AI) on labor markets and the broader economy, the university’s role in protecting data privacy, algorithmic bias, and how to best prepare students for the workforce given these important new developments.

CITRIS Executive Director Camille Crittenden led the conference’s program committee, and Brandie Nonnecke, director of the CITRIS Policy Lab, served as a committee member. Both were part of a panel discussion on AI application frontiers in university operations, delving into the responsible deployment of AI technologies.

Read more from the UC Office of the Chief Technology Officer.