AI Policy Manager
AI Policy Manager Responsibilities:
- Developing AI Strategy on specific issues from inception to completion
- Capacity building for the greater policy team on AI policy issues, informed by deep technical expertise and experience
- Preparing leaders for AI engagements, and engaging with policy makers and influencers in the space
- Bridging AI policy & regulatory developments with product needs and business priorities
- Synthesising knowledge and understanding (technical and policy) of responsible AI development processes: Risk & Impact Assessments (inc. NIST AI RMF), bias mitigations, safety and robustness, and transparency tools such System Cards to leadership, policy org and product teams.
- Experience in translating regulation, in its draft or final form, into technical product requirements and vice versa
- Using your extensive knowledge of global AI regulations and their impact and relevance for foundation models, GenAI, Recommender systems and biometrics to make actionable product recommendations
- Demonstrable knowledge of the EU AIA, US, UK, and other key jurisdictions (Singapore, Brazil, Canada) and how these regulatory environments and broader policy debates impact Meta’s business.
- Knowledge of key AI policy issues and the surrounding debate: accountability, existential risk, generative AI, transparency, privacy, bias, misuse and misinformation, and an experience to leverage this knowledge for cross policy talking points, and leadership capacity building.
- Creating scalable solutions and frameworks for research, product and policy teams to use based on knowledge of AI policy environment
- JD or Master’s degree or equivalent
- Experience working on technology law or policy in more than one of these three categories: (1) civil society or academia, (2) company or firm, or (3) government
- Working familiarity with key privacy and AI policy stakeholders and experts from civil society, academia, and government
- Experience working directly with senior business executives and/or high-ranking government officials
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