Join the Effort to Create A Bill of Rights for an Automated Society

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) announced today that it will launch a series of listening sessions and events next week to engage the American public in the process of developing a Bill of Rights for an Automated Society.

OSTP Director Eric Lander and Deputy Director for Science and Society Alondra Nelson recently announced that OSTP is engaging a wide array of stakeholders — in industry, academia, government, civil society, and the general public — in a national endeavor to make sure new and emerging data-driven technologies abide by the enduring values of American democracy.

There are already several ways for the public to join this mission and share their perspectives:

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