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As federal agencies increasingly look to artificial intelligence to support their adjudication workloads and enforcement efforts, the ACUS Office of the Chairman is working with scholars on the forefront of researching agencies’ use of AI and its legal and practical implications.

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This article was authored by Darrell White, ACUS Legal Intern.

At the 71st Plenary Session on June 13, the Administrative Conference of the United States heard from renowned scholars on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the federal administrative...

This article was authored by Alex Thierer, ACUS Legal Intern.

At the upcoming 71st Plenary Session on June 13, the Administrative Conference of the United States will hear from renowned scholars on the...

ACUS announced today that its 71st Plenary Session will take place Thursday, June 13, at The George Washington University Law School. The ACUS Assembly will consider four recommendations at this season’s plenary session:...

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ACUS Announces New Initiatives on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Federal Administrative Process

Washington, D.C., November 28, 2018 - The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) is pleased to...

This article was authored by Lauren Beadle, a student at American University Washington College of Law. The views expressed below are those of the author and do not represent the views of ACUS or the Federal Government.

Technology and administrative law are intertwined. The accessibility of computers increased public participation in agency rulemaking and improved access to...