Chloe Autio is an artificial intelligence (AI) and emerging technology policy expert with nearly a decade of experience advising leading organizations on technology policy and governance. She has advised Fortune 50 companies, startups, leading trade associations and AI labs on policy strategy and engagement and frequently advises government and civil society organizations on initiatives concerning AI oversight and policy.
Recently, Chloe helped build the policy practice at the Cantellus Group, where she led governance and implementation projects for intergovernmental organizations and multinationals across tech, defense, and manufacturing. Prior to joining Cantellus, Chloe was a Director of Public Policy at Intel Corp., where she led public policy development and engagement on issues like AI, privacy, human rights and ESG. At Intel, Chloe led the development of the enterprise Responsible AI program, and worked across the private sector and with other stakeholders to shape policy and best practices for the responsible use of emerging technologies.
Chloe is a frequent speaker on AI policy and practice, a founding board member of the DC chapter of Women in Security and Privacy (WISP), and has been nominated twice by VentureBeat as a rising star in AI. Her insights have been featured in Axios, Bloomberg, and other outlets. She holds an economics degree from UC Berkeley, where she studied a range of topics related to technology policy, data ethics, and the social implications of computing.
Contributions by Chloe Autio
Lessons Learned: Operationalizing NIST's AI RMF and Other Governance Frameworks
Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2024
What's Next for AI Accountability: From Policy to Practice
Speaker at AI Governance Global 2023, an IAPP event
AI Governance Training
Forum Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023