Machine learning algorithms deliver remarkable forecasting power through their ability to learn and adapt. Artificial intelligence (AI) optimizes a variety of private sector functions, including production processes, supply chain management, and marketing. Apart from national security and law enforcement, productive uses of AI in the public sector receive less attention, despite a need to efficiently process ever-increasing amounts of data and quickly adapt to new information. Though AI may warrant regulation to prevent risk, harnessing AI to improve regulation should also be considered. This conference will gather AI researchers & developers, legal experts, business leaders, and government administrators to explore promising governmental uses of AI and the challenges posed in diverse areas such as science, technology, and IP. Sponsored by The Center for Innovation Policy, the Center on Law & Technology, and the Rethinking Regulation Program at the Kenan Institute of Ethics. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.