Washington, D.C. – Immersive technology is poised to transform the way people work, play, and learn. From an emerging creator economy of virtual goods and services to cutting-edge applications that can improve education, health care, and manufacturing, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) technologies are unlocking new opportunities to communicate, access information, and engage with the world. These changes raise important questions, and how policymakers respond will have profound implications for the economy and society.
Join the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) and the XR Association for the third annual AR/VR Policy Conference. The event will feature a series of expert talks and panels discussing critical policy questions covering:
- Privacy and safety
- Global competitiveness
- Use of AR/VR in education
- Children and teenager safety
- Artificial intelligence
- Workforce development and future of work
- Digital diplomacy
- International trade and development
- Healthcare technologies
- Haptics and computer brain interfaces
- Digital government
- Diversity, inclusion and accessibility
- Defense and national security
To learn more about the AR/VR Policy Conference, including speaking opportunities and sponsorship, please contact ITIF or XRA at firstname.lastname@example.org.