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AI Gov

Artificial intelligence is a key component of modernizing government functions and bringing federal services into the future. Throughout this series, we hear from federal technologists on the journey of implementing AI, wrangling massive amounts of data — and all of the workforce, privacy and security implications that go along with it. We’ll discuss everything from medical diagnostics to counter-terrorism as we explore how AI is supporting agency missions across the federal government.

Recent Events
Virtual Event
March 11, 2021
11:00 am - 2:00 pm EST
AI Gov

A discussion with federal executives and tech-minded members of Congress on how artificial intelligence and complex data analytics are improving the delivery of government services in agencies dedicated to medical research, health care and national security.

Virtual Event
March 11, 2021
11:00 am - 2:00 pm EST
AI Gov

A discussion with federal executives and tech-minded members of Congress on how artificial intelligence and complex data analytics are improving the delivery of government services in agencies dedicated to medical research, health care and national security.

Virtual Event
April 29, 2021
11:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT
AI Gov: Data Insights

AI can transform the way government captures and uses data. But federal agencies are still sitting on hoards of data to demystify, and with new data insights and faster decision-making comes a host of ethical and privacy questions. This event will consider new strategies for capitalizing on data as well as the ethical and privacy considerations associated with AI.

Speakers include:

  • Anil Chaudhry, Director, Federal AI Implementations, IT Modernization Centers of Excellence, GSA
  • Mike Cook, General Manager, Public Sector, Icertis
  • Scott Simpson, Digital Transformation Lead, Procurement Innovation Lab, DHS
  • Shanna Webbers, Chief Procurement Officer, IRS
  • Ken Clark, Chief Data Officer, ICE, DHS
  • Gina Ligon, Director, National Counterterrorism, Innovation, Technology and Education (NCITE) Center of Excellence, DHS S&T
  • Adan Vela, Assistant Professor of Industrial Systems and Engineering, NCITE Center of Excellence, DHS S&T
  • Katherine Blizinsky, Policy Director, All of Us Program, NIH
  • Tina Hernandez-Boussard, Associate Professor, Stanford University
Virtual Event
April 29, 2021
11:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT
AI Gov: Data Insights

AI can transform the way government captures and uses data. But federal agencies are still sitting on hoards of data to demystify, and with new data insights and faster decision-making comes a host of ethical and privacy questions. This event will consider new strategies for capitalizing on data as well as the ethical and privacy considerations associated with AI.

Speakers include:

  • Anil Chaudhry, Director, Federal AI Implementations, IT Modernization Centers of Excellence, GSA
  • Mike Cook, General Manager, Public Sector, Icertis
  • Scott Simpson, Digital Transformation Lead, Procurement Innovation Lab, DHS
  • Shanna Webbers, Chief Procurement Officer, IRS
  • Ken Clark, Chief Data Officer, ICE, DHS
  • Gina Ligon, Director, National Counterterrorism, Innovation, Technology and Education (NCITE) Center of Excellence, DHS S&T
  • Adan Vela, Assistant Professor of Industrial Systems and Engineering, NCITE Center of Excellence, DHS S&T
  • Katherine Blizinsky, Policy Director, All of Us Program, NIH
  • Tina Hernandez-Boussard, Associate Professor, Stanford University
Virtual Event
June 9, 2021
11:30 am
AI Gov: Future of RPA

Robotic process automation has the potential to streamline business processes, reduce manual and time-intensive labor and drive efficiencies across the enterprise. This event strives to examine how smart RPA applications are increasing productivity and driving federal agency missions forward, from medical research and development to acquisition processes to IT maintenance.

Virtual Event
June 9, 2021
11:30 am
AI Gov: Future of RPA

Robotic process automation has the potential to streamline business processes, reduce manual and time-intensive labor and drive efficiencies across the enterprise. This event strives to examine how smart RPA applications are increasing productivity and driving federal agency missions forward, from medical research and development to acquisition processes to IT maintenance.

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