Liam Alexander is a Policy Associate on the Technology & Innovation Team, with a special focus on AI policy. Prior to starting at FAS, he conducted research on AI governance and strategy, and before that, he worked on a couple political campaigns in his home state of North Carolina. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and a concentration in Emerging Technology Policy.
Before releasing a new, powerful system like GPT-4 to millions of users, we must ask: “How can we know that this system is safe, trustworthy, and reliable enough to be released?”
The 21st century will be shaped by the US-China strategic competition. The United States and China are locked in a battle for global power, influence, and resources, and are fighting for control of the world’s most important geopolitical regions, including the Indo-Pacific and Africa. They are also vying for leadership in cutting-edge technologies such as […]
To help seed the ground for bipartisan progress, we’ve put together a menu of the best policy ideas on a range of critical topics.