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Artificial Intelligence, Elections, and the Future of Democracy

March 14 | 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm


March 14
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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From algorithmic news feeds to deep fakes, AI is poised to transform people’s day to day engagement with politics. On a broader scale, the role of AI in transnational election interference and surveillance has led to international controversy as nations around the world struggle to respond. Bridging the everyday and the international, the National Liberty Museum and the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia present a panel exploring how AI might shift democratic norms and influence democratic procedures in our election year and in the realm of global politics. Convening a panel of industry, academic, and government professionals in AI and democratic monitoring, we ask not just what is happening, but what to do.

5:30 pm

Doors open

6 pm

Panel begins in Liberty Hall, followed by Q&A with the panelists and moderator

7:15 pm

Panel and Q&A concludes, networking reception with panelists and moderator begins

8 pm

Doors close

Before the panel discussion, teachers, educators, and school faculty are invited to a free professional development session focused on Teaching in the Age of A.I.. For more information and to register to attend, visit the event page on our website. Separate pre-registration is required.

$25 General Admission / $10 Members of the National Liberty Museum or World Affairs Council / $5 Students, Teachers, or School Faculty (w. valid ID)

Amplified: Art, Music, Power

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Meet the Panelists

Michael Delli Carpini (moderator)

Caitlin Chin-Rothmann

Katie Harbath

David Ryan Polgar


Thu ‒ Mon: 10am ‒ 05pm

Adults: $12 Seniors (65+): $10 Students (with valid ID): $8 Youth (ages 6–17): $6 Children (under 5): No Charge Museum Members: Free

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