Lee Tiedrich stands out as a beacon in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) and responsible technology. With a deep reservoir of knowledge spanning AI, data governance, and digital transformation, Lee not only possesses a rich academic and professional background but also embodies the essence of responsible technology in the modern era. As a Distinguished Faculty Fellow at Duke University, she is committed to imparting her wisdom to the next generation, guiding them in the development of ethical and responsible approaches to technological advancements.
Her academic journey is nothing short of illustrious. After earning her BSE in Electrical Engineering from Duke University, she further augmented her credentials with a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania. But it’s not just her academic accomplishments that shine; Lee’s professional trajectory is equally, if not more, commendable. Over her three-decade long career in the legal domain, she climbed the ranks from an Associate to Partner at Covington & Burling LLP. Her tenure at the firm was marked by significant contributions, notably as the Co-Chair of the Global and Multi-disciplinary AI initiative. Here, she played an instrumental role in counselling a plethora of organizations, helping them navigate the complex maze of technology and digital transformation.
Lee’s association with policy-making and her keen interest in AI’s broader implications can also be traced back to her involvement in the Biden Campaign Policy Committee. Her dedication to the cause of responsible AI is further evidenced by her roles on the CEIMIA Board of Directors and the Editorial Board of the Journal for AI Regulation. A prolific writer, she has penned numerous insightful articles on AI, data, and emerging technologies. Her significant contribution to the forthcoming casebook “The Law of Artificial Intelligence” cements her position as an industry thought leader.
Having spoken at esteemed organisations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Federal Judicial Center, and the OECD, among others, she has spread her insights on data governance, policy, intellectual property, and the regulatory landscape that surrounds AI. As she becomes available to share her insights at various events, it’s an opportunity for organisations and institutions to benefit from her unparalleled expertise. Whether you’re seeking clarity on AI regulations, data governance strategies, or responsible digital transformation pathways, Lee brings a holistic and informed perspective. Those looking to immerse themselves in an enlightening discourse on responsible technology need not look any further. Hiring Lee Tiedrich as a keynote speaker is an investment in a brighter, ethically sound technological future.