Grayce Burns is a technology policy analyst at Reason Foundation.
Passionate about approaching issues of technology and innovation policies from a principled perspective, Grayce’s research focuses on technological advancements, municipal-broadband, and public-private technology partnerships.
Grayce has previously held roles with the London School of Economics’ Department of Law, the Christian Legal Society, and the State of Maryland’s Judicial and Legislative branches.
Grayce holds a Dual Bachelor of Arts Degree from The College of William and Mary in Philosophy and Public Policy and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Alpha of Virginia Chapter. Most recently, Grayce completed a Master of Science in Philosophy and Public Policy at The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Federal tech regulations are likely to be out of date or redundant by the time they are implemented.
The new rule means automated vehicle developers would face legal uncertainty and may be deterred from testing their technologies in the city at all.