The U.S. has an opportunity to lead the world on AI policy as well as AI innovation. This framework contributes to the evolving dialogue about appropriate guardrails for AI technology and supports a measured and balanced approach to rules.
Explore the level of awareness and interest among U.S. consumers regarding AI and its applications.
This voluntary standard identifies types of bias, sources of bias, and bias management practices for health care applications of AI.
CES showcases the most impactful, upcoming tech trends. AI, a game-changer for all industries, will be pervasive at CES 2024. Companies large and small in the health, transportation, entertainment and gaming sectors will unveil their latest developments.
Here to explain how AI works and what it means to consumers, as well as to tech indices, are Sara Mehle, Nasdaq index research strategist, and Brian Comiskey, CTA director of thematic programs.
For over a decade, CTA has partnered with Nasdaq to develop thematic stock market indexes across numerous technology segments. With a portfolio of fifteen indexes, CTA applies its research and analytical expertise to assess companies’ role and impact on a wide range of consumer and enterprise industries.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® AI Working Group supports the advancement of AI technologies through market research, public promotion and advocacy for pro-innovation policy.