DC Hill EVENT: Leading Author on Difficult Conversations Will Lead Discussion About Role of Congress to Regulate AI

24th October 2023- Washington DC

Join Milan Kordestani, Creative Entrepreneur, Best Selling Author, and remarkable conversationalist, in his quest to navigate the most challenging conversations of our time using his expert-level mastery of civil discourse.

Milan Kordestani, Author of the best-selling book I’m Just Saying: A Guide to Maintaining Civil Discourse in an Increasingly Divided World, will facilitate a well-timed panel discussion on the role of the U.S. Congress in regulating Artificial intelligence during a networking reception on Capitol Hill, in Washington DC. *Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served during the event.

The public is encouraged to attend this crucial bi-partisan networking reception, together with two confirmed high-ranking guests, both members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee: U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions (R- TX) and U.S. Rep. Glenn Ivey (D-MD), who both attended the recent Judiciary sub-committee meeting Oversight of A.I.: Legislating on Artificial Intelligence.

Event host: Raynard Jackson, of Raynard Jackson Associates and founder of Black Americans for a Better Future, welcomes Hill staffers, media, and the public to join other participants for a predominant discussion on the political forces that will shape our future. For more information on the event or to RSVP by Oct 20, please contact RaynardJackson@RaynardJackson.com .

Milan Kordestani, in his work, has tackled difficult conversations and has created the ultimate benchmark for impactful progress in creating a positive society for humanity by finding common ground with each other.

“That is the million dollar word right there, courage. It is such an important part of Discourse,” Milan said in a recent discussion about how to approach difficult topics.


Milan’s award-winning work, including his book I’m Just Saying, his insights and analysis are based on interviews with leading creators, which are valued by global leaders.

“I’m just saying is not just a word of warning about the emerging Frankenstein of intolerance, but it is also in earnest tech, savvy, entrepreneurial-minded morally, conscious essay of fashioning a democratic tolerant self-aware and self-critical citizenry, the very foundation of an emerging democracy,” wrote Abyss Milani, Standford professor, co-director of the Iran democracy project at the Hoover Institution. 

According to a leading developer of A.I., SAS Corporation, “Artificial intelligence (A.I.) makes it possible for machines to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs, and perform human-like tasks. Most A.I. examples you hear about today – from chess-playing computers to self-driving cars – rely heavily on deep learning and natural language processing. Using these technologies, computers can be trained to accomplish specific tasks by processing large amounts of data and recognizing patterns in the data.”

So we need to make sure we get this technology right the first time.

Raynard Jackson invites you to attend this historic and important event.

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