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Creating a National AI Research Resource

In July 2021, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation called upon the public for information on implementing a National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource (NAIRR). By September, over 80 responses were submitted from leaders across academia, industry, and government. This joint seminar will unpack two of these responses from the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, the Center for Data Innovation, and SeedAI. 

Join Russell Wald, Director of Policy of Stanford HAI, Hodan Omaar, Policy Analyst at the Center for Data Innovation, and Austin Carson, Founder and President of SeedAI for a discussion and Q&A on how to best design, implement and maintain a NAIRR.

NRC Report     Center for Data Innovation’s RFI Response

Speakers

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Austin Carson

Founder and President of SeedAI

Austin Carson is the Founder and President of SeedAI, a nonprofit established to work with a diverse group of policymakers, academics, and private sector experts to help communities across the United States access the resources they need to engage with AI. Previously, Austin established and led t ...
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Hodan Omaar

Policy Analyst, Center for Data Innovation

Hodan Omaar is an analyst focusing on AI policy atITIF’s Center for Data Innovation. Previously, she worked as a senior consultant on technology and risk management in London and as a crypto-economist in Berlin. She has an MA in economics and mathematics from the University of Edinburgh.
Russell Wald

Russell Wald

Director of Policy
Russell C. Wald is the Director of Policy for the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), leading the team that advances HAI’s engagement with governments and civil society organizations. Since 2013, Wald has held various government affair roles representing Stanfo ...

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