Could ChatGTP take over the world? Not likely. Is there currently a form of (AI) that could pose an threat to humanity? Not really.
In the latest installment of our ongoing poll, we continue to unpack how Americans view their relationship with today’s major tech platforms.
Low turnout and an uninformed electorate may reduce government accountability and weaken the link between voter preferences and policy.
Recognizing that the current FTC leadership is not likely to withdraw its own Policy Statement, Bolema recommends a more permanent solution.
This paper shows that policy ideas of the political left and right have theoretical benefit to increasing public good optimization.
Immigration policies designed to enhance the assimilation of immigrant workers also favor their economic integration and vice-versa.
In this paper, CGO scholars argue that the conventional interpretation of Chenery II is a serious overreading of the Court’s decision.
The CGO polled 1,000 Americans about abundance, technology and innovation, immigration, and America’s prospects for the future.
Climate change will impact humans in many diverse ways. The greatest impact, however, will be felt by people living in the Global South.
The private working lands of the West are changing. These trends put habitats and some of America’s most productive working lands at risk.
This paper looks at our regulatory structure, who regulates outer space, and with what authority. Are there gaps that need to be filled?
Chung's study: Removing legal work status requirement increased employment for undocumented immigrants without affecting others.
Real options analysis promotes transparency in regulatory decisions, encouraging agencies to showcase the effort behind each regulation.
As policymakers devise new online child safety regulations, how should they approach the issue of age assurance?
Public Interest Comment on the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) AI Accountability Policy Request for Comment
NTIA has issued a Request for Comment on “how to develop a productive AI accountability system.” This is the CGO's public interest comment.
The US faces the challenge of transitioning its energy away from fossil fuels, an undertaking that will require new energy infrastructure.
Researchers Tani and Kaeser delve into an understudied area: Immigrants' feelings toward other immigrants in their host country.
Colombe Ladrei shares her findings from a survey exploring Americans’ perceptions of how the labor market is evolving over time.
Daniel Epstein's theory, "regulatory pluralism," explains the regulatory state's failure to follow statutory procedures using novel data.
Misinformation has increased, particularly with vital topics like COVID-19, election fraud, civil war, and more.
Executive branches can wield legislative and judicial power despite "checks and balances" in the U.S. Constitution.
According to the Supreme Court, you own the airspace above your land. This offers insight into how ordinary Americans view these rights.
Economist Pauline Khoo considers how the OPT extension affects the schooling decisions of international students.
Authors John Kerkhoff and Oliver Dunford assert that no right was more important to the Founders than the right to trial by jury.
The FCC must curb USAC's power and benefits to ensure good governance while combating waste, fraud, and abuse in the USF.
Climate change, driven by CO2 and other human-made greenhouse gases, stands as a paramount challenge in society today.
Proponents of these laws have reasoned that giving driving privileges to undocumented migrants would improve public safety.
Every year in the United States wildlife vehicle collisions (WVCs) kill over 200 people and injure 26,000, costing more than $8 billion.
If we are to address the challenges of our time, we must not let NEPA keep one hand tied behind our backs.
Harris and Jerch find that temporary legalization under TPS created significant economic benefits for eligible recipients.