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Past Workshops

Operationalizing the Measure Function of the NIST AI Risk Management Framework

October 16-17, 2023
Washington, D.C.

CASMI co-hosted this workshop with two other organizations: the Institute for Trustworthy AI in Law & Society (TRAILS) and the Federation of American Scientists (FAS). The goal was to support expansion of the Measure function of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) AI Risk Management Framework (AI RMF). Read a recap.

Sociotechnical Approaches to Measurement and Validation for Safety in AI

July 18-19, 2023

CASMI convened a range of scholars from academia, industry, and government to discuss how to meaningfully operationalize safe, functional AI systems by focusing on measurement and validity in the AI pipeline. Read a recap.

Toward a Safety Science of AI

January 19-20, 2023

CASMI brought together researchers, practitioners and thought leaders in a collaborative, two-day workshop to define and refine an approach Toward a Safety Science of AI. The goal of the workshop is a deliverable that articulates a definition of AI safety and the next steps for research necessary to establish a robust safety science for the field. Read a recap.

Best Practices in Data-Driven Policing

June 23-24, 2022

The two-day workshop functioned as a forum for facilitating interdisciplinary conversations focused on the concerns and benefits of data-driven policing, as well as best practices for developing and implementing data-driven policing technologies. Read a recap.

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