When focused on protecting civil rights, consumers, and democracy as a whole, advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and biomedical engineering can be used to solve some of the most daunting challenges humanity faces. It is critical that the United States work with our partners and allies to deploy these emerging technologies responsibly, secure our supply chains, and prepare our workforce. Failure to do so will pave the way for Chinese influence that could threaten human rights around the globe.
Congresswoman Lori Trahan proudly serves Massachusetts’ Third District. Growing up in a working-class family in Lowell, Massachusetts, Lori learned the principles of sacrifice, hard work, and grit. After serving Massachusetts for nearly ten years, Lori moved to the private sector as the only female executive at a tech company and later a co-founder of a women-owned and -operated consulting firm focused on elevating women to leadership positions.
Lori successfully ran for Congress in 2018, motivated to return to public service after seeing the Trump administration’s gridlock and lack of accountability. Now, as a member of the powerful House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Lori is an advocate for Third District residents, working to expand access to affordable, quality health care, tackle climate change, protect kids online, fight disinformation, and more.