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


Publish Date:
November 28, 2018
Administrative Conference of the United States
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The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) is pleased to announce upcoming partnerships with renowned scholars on the use of artificial intelligence in the federal administrative process.

Stanford Law Professors David Engstrom and Daniel HoNYU School of Law Professor and ACUS public member Catherine Sharkey, and California Supreme Court Justice and Stanford Law faculty member Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, who also served as a presidentially-appointed member of the ACUS Council, will lead the project. A significant amount of the work under the project will be performed as a policy practicum convened during winter 2019 as part of Stanford Law’s Law and Policy Lab, co-directed by former Stanford Law Dean Paul Brest, in which faculty-led student teams perform research and counsel clients using both legal and policy-analytic tools. Paul Verkuil of the National Academy of Public Administration and former ACUS Chairman will advise on portions of this work.

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