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PCV Speaker Series: Artificial Intelligence (AI) Expert Carl Szabo on what we need to know and understand about AI


Thu 09 / 28 / 2023
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM


Potomac Community Center
11315 Falls Road
Potomac 20854

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  PCV Speaker Series
Our PCV Speaker Series returns for the fall, with nationally known Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology expert Carl Szabo, Vice President and General Counsel at NetChoice.  He will be speaking on what we need to know and understand about AI.  
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is altering the landscape of our lives and is being called the most “extensive industrial revolution yet.” It is changing the way we work, learn, write, and even access health care. 

But what is AI? How will it affect your life? Will it make it better or worse?  Join us for an informative evening as we seek to answer these questions and learn more about AI to help us navigate a new world.

Mr. Szabo will walk us through the latest AI developments, answer our burning questions, and outline both the pros and cons of AI.

We will learn about how, in the next few years, AI is predicted to improve access to health care and more accurately diagnose diseases, will fast track the development of new drugs, and will even be used to teach our children how to read and do math.

We will also learn the dangers of AI that is being used in sophisticated scams, hacking our computers, and spreading disinformation -- and how to help protect ourselves and our loved ones from these threats.

Life as we know it is about to change and transform many elements of our lives. Join us this evening to learn more.

About Mr. Szabo and NetChoice: 

NetChoice is a trade association established in 2001 which describes its mission as working "to make the internet safe for free enterprise and free expression."  In addition to working at NetChoice, Mr. Szabo also serves as an adjunct professor of internet law at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School. 
To learn more about NetChoice, click on
To learn more about Mr. Szabo, click on
To read an article by Mr. Szabo that recently appeared on, on regulation of artificial intelligence and copyright law, click here
All are welcome to attend this free and open to all program at the Potomac Community Center. 
Members who need transportation to attend this program should indicate that when they register for the program in the "need a ride" field.  Please contact us as soon as you realize you are likely to need transportation, so we have time to try to make arrangements for you.    
A note on donations: Admission to this program is free, but we welcome your support with a donation at any level to help us continue to offer free programs and events to our wider community.