About the Event

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 on " Artificial Intelligence, Elections, and the Future of Democracy,” honing in on 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.

About the Moderator

  • Michael X. Delli Carpini, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania

About the Panelists

  • Caitlin Chin-Rothmann, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • Katie Harbath, founder and CEO, Anchor Change
  • David Ryan Polgar, founder, All Tech is Human

Event Sponsor

If you are a Supporting, Leadership Circle, or Corporate Member of the Council and would like to register other guests of your company, contact Stefanie Yeung at syeung@wacphila.org or 215-561-4700  ext. x221 to register for this event using your membership benefits.