Jose A. Guridi

Ph.D. Student in Information Science, Cornell University

AI governance through public participation

This project encompasses a set of studies analyzing how participation processes shape and are shaped by AI governance.

Study 1  

In-depth case study analyzing the Chilean AI Policy process in the midst of social crises. The goal is to draw insights into how participation processes provide resilience to AI governance and how crises and instability shape the processes themselves and can become an asset for policymakers.
  • Abstract to be presented at the Atlanta Conference of Science and Innovation Policy.
  • Abstract presented at the Graduate Science and Technology Studies Conference.

Study 2

Analysis of the Chilean AI Policy participation process using natural language processing techniques to draw insights into how different groups of stakeholders influenced the drafting of the document.