Roundtable on Artificial Intelligence in Federal Agencies

Project Contacts

Staff Counsel
202.480.2097
trubin@acus.gov

The Roundtable on AI in Federal Agencies will help agencies develop and improve protocols and practices for using AI tools in their administrative processes. It will provide a forum for officials representing agencies across the federal government to exchange information and best practices related to uses of AI in rulemaking, adjudication, enforcement, and other administrative processes.

A consultative group of leading scholars and AI experts will assist the Roundtable by sharing academic research and helping to identify subjects for further study. Members of the consultative group are:

  • Rediet Abebe (University of California, Berkeley; Harvard Society of Fellows)
  • Stewart A. Baker (Steptoe & Johnson)
  • Cary Coglianese (University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School)
  • David Engstrom (Stanford Law School)
  • Alexandra Reeve Givens (Center for Democracy & Technology)
  • Daniel E. Ho (Stanford Law School)
  • Kristin Johnson (Emory University School of Law)
  • Terah Lyons (Stanford University Institute for Human-Centered AI)
  • Deirdre K. Mulligan (Berkeley School of Information)
  • Catherine M. Sharkey (New York University School of Law)
  • Olivier Sylvain (Fordham University School of Law)
  • John Tasioulas (University of Oxford)