The 2023 Charleston Conference is over and we had a record attendance! A huge shoutout to our attendees and sponsors! I am personally very grateful to Richard Gallagher, Jonathan Michael, and the Annual Reviews teams for embracing the Charleston hub staff and assuring their continued survival and success! Hooray to Leah and all the staff for making this happen! ADD ON! If you missed any of the in person conference, please visit the virtual conference! Here’s the registration link: https://charlestonconference.regfox.com/2023-charleston-conference
and here’s the agenda: https://whova.com/portal/webapp/charl_202311/
Speaking of which, we are planning a memoir or some sort of publication or webinar about the development and history of the Charleston Conference and the hub. We would like to reach out to all of you to send us a snippet, a paragraph, a memory, a story, a remembrance, a speaker or session you remember, or whatever appeals to you. Here is a Google Drive form to share and please let me know if you have questions or whatever! Thanks!
AI is everywhere! These OECD Artificial Intelligence Papers are worth a look!
The OECD engages in comprehensive research and analysis to deepen insights into the transformative power of artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications for economies and societies. The OECD Artificial Intelligence Papers series draws on comprehensive evidence-base to identify trends and developments and delve into an extensive array of AI-related subjects. This includes opportunities and challenges in AI governance, the impact of AI across policy domains including labour markets, education and healthcare, ethical considerations in AI design and deployment, and new frontiers such as generative AI. This collection encompasses OECD policy papers as well as working papers.
Meanwhile! Happy Thanksgiving!