• Bruce Mehlman is the founder of Mehlman Consulting. Mehlman previously served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Technology Policy under President George W. Bush. He also worked as a senior leadershi...
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  • Tim Alberta is a staff writer for The Atlantic and the author of "The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism."
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  • Cosimo L. Fabrizio is a second-year J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School, where he conducts AI research through Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society and is a contributing author to Tho...
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  • James Baker researches international AI governance issues at Harvard Law School, where he is studying for the advanced LL.M degree. He previously worked on international technology governance and nationa...
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  • Diane Bernabei is a third-year JD candidate at Harvard Law School where she specializes in technology regulation and international law. Previously she worked at the United Nations and at the Kissinger Ce...
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  • Evan Zoldan is a Professor of Law and Director of the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes, at the University of Toledo. He researches legislation, including legislative power, the legislative process, and...
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  • Steve Lipner is the executive director of SAFECode, an industry nonprofit focused on software security assurance. He was previously partner director of software security at Microsoft, where he was the cr...
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  • Emma Landi is a research assistant in the Technology and International Affairs Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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  • Gaia Vince is an environmental journalist and non-fiction author. Her most recent book is "Nomad Century."
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  • Jacob Shamsian is a correspondent on Business Insider's Legal Affairs desk, covering major court cases and specializing in the intersection of law and politics.
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  • James Grimmelmann is the Tessler Family Professor of Digital and Information Law at Cornell Tech and Cornell Law School. He studies how laws regulating software affect freedom, wealth, and power. He help...
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  • Gabriel Weil is a professor at Touro Law. He teaches torts, law and artificial intelligence, and various courses relating to environmental law and climate change.
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  • Claire Meynial is the U.S. correspondent for the French newspaper, Le Point.
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  • Cedric Sabbah is Director, Emerging Technologies, at the Office of the Deputy Attorney General (International Law), at Israel's Ministry of Justice. He is a Ph.D. candidate at the Hebrew University of Je...
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  • Mitu Gulati is on the faculty of the University of Virginia Law School. One of his areas of research interest is crisis financing for sovereigns. Along with Mark Weidemaier, he co hosts the podcast, Clau...
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  • Jennifer Lind is an associate professor of government at Dartmouth. She is also an associate fellow with Chatham House and a faculty associate with Harvard’s Reischauer Institute for Japanese Studies.
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  • Dr. Paul Stockton served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas' Security Affairs from 2009 to 2013.
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  • Daryl Bohac served as the leader of the Nebraska Military Department, which includes both the Nebraska Army and Air National Guard before retiring in 2023.
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  • Allyson Solomon is a retired general officer and served 35 years in the National Guard. Her last position was as Assistant Adjutant General for Air, Maryland Air National Guard.
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  • Joseph Lengyel is a retired Air Force four-star general who served as the chief of the National Guard Bureau from August 2016 to August 2020.
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