Autonomous Systems Policy Institute
The Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI) is a university-wide initiative at Syracuse University focused on the intersection of technology, society and policy.
ASPI has three main goals:
- to create an environment of intellectual exchange and cross-disciplinary work and education between engineering; humanities; and physical, biological and social sciences;
- to pursue projects that respond to the current social, economic and environmental challenges brought about by artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies and;
- to foster relations with local, regional and international bodies in order to help governments, industries and civic organizations develop laws, policies and practices around the above challenges.
Baobao Zhang has received up to $200K to research the role of citizens in the governance of artificial intelligence systems.
The summit provided the opportunity for manufacturing, government, technology and academic interests to collectively explore ways the United States can elevate its leadership in advanced air mobility systems. Winders’ panel discussed the industry supply chain, the policies and regulatory frameworks needed to govern the use of flying vehicles and the impacts of the technology on society.
Their research is the first to develop an effective machine learning approach to identify latent patterns of preclinical Alzheimer's Disease from MRI brain scans.
Autonomous Systems Policy Institute In Action
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