What has our movement accomplished?

In the years since our founding, we’ve contributed to the passage of local ordinances restricting surveillance in Minneapolis, New Orleans, Seattle, and more; spearheaded advocacy efforts for more than 10 pieces of federal legislation; helped shape the White House’s Bill of Rights for an Automated Society and President Biden’s executive order on AI; reached more than 20,000 high school and college students with workshops about the implications of AI, using our own curriculum; and built a network of 50+ autonomous state, country, and campus chapters. Most recently, our founder Sneha Revanur was the youngest civil society leader invited to advise Vice President Kamala Harris at a private roundtable on AI held at the White House in July 2023—a watershed moment for youth engagement in AI policy.