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September 2020

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This month on TAP, scholars Susan Athey and Daron Acemoglu testified before the House Budget Committee hearing on artificial intelligence and the workforce. TAP scholars also explored why some platform-based businesses are thriving during COVID-19, and how emerging technologies such as natural language processing and machine learning promise to make public sector services more efficient.

 

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TAP SCHOLARS

    47th Annual Conference on International Antitrust Law and Policy
    October 7-9, 2020, online
    Fordham Competition Law Institute
    Panel discussions will address antitrust and populism, merger enforcement around the globe, emerging issues in competition law and health care, vertical restraints, and managing multijurisdictional risks and issues.

     

    Evidence-Based Spectrum Policy
    October 13, 10:00 am-1:30 pm MDT, and October 15, 10:00 am-1:00 pm MDT, online
    Silicon Flatirons
    This online conference will explore the process of evidence-based policymaking, and the needs of different kinds of spectrum-dependent services: sharing between different “active” services.

     

    The Technology Policy Institute's Eleventh Annual Aspen Forum
    October 19-23, 2020, online
    Technology Policy Institute
    This event brings together experts across business, industry, academia, and government to discuss how tech policy and regulation impact daily life.