The Technology 202: San Francisco
Regulatory pressure against big tech is escalating. World leaders in Davos called for global oversight of the tech sector. Technology companies have been trekking to Washington in response to Congressional inquiries about their roles and responsibilities in business and society. Industry leaders are grappling with consumer concerns related to privacy, data management and larger questions about the role advanced technologies, like targeted advertising and artificial intelligence, play in our lives.
On Wednesday, March 27, The Washington Post traveled to America's tech epicenter, the Bay Area, for the first time to convene the next installment of The Technology 202, a series of conversations about the changing regulatory climate and the relationship between innovation and public policy.