We had a great time attending GovernmentCIO Magazine's CXO Tech Forum: AI In Government. Located at the beautiful House of Sweden, we spent an evening exploring the current state of A.I. in government and its potential to change the economy, the workforce, and society at large.
The forum featured A.I. experts in government, academia and industry pushing the boundaries of A.I. technologies and the ways it could revolutionize government. Additionally, there were two fantastic two-panel discussions hosted by GovernmentCIO Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Camille Tuutti.
About the Speakers
Army Research Laboratory, Chief Scientist
Alexander is the chief scientist of the Army Research Lab. He previously served as the chief of ARL's Network Science Division, Computational and Information Sciences Directorate.
Defense Health Agency, Acting CIO
Kevin is the acting CIO for the United States Global Military Health System leading Information Operations for 220,000 healthcare workers worldwide.
DARPA, Program Manager
Hava is overseeing DARPA's Lifelong Learning Machines prorgram that seeks to use artificial intelligence to teach machines to adapt through experiences similar to the human brain.
General Services Administration, Emerging Citizen Technology
Justin leads the Emerging Citizen Technology program office for GSA's Technology Transformation Services, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, virtual/augmented reality, and social tech.
White House, Former Deputy CIO
Alissa is vice president and chief information security officer for Xerox. She also served as the White House deputy CIO for three years.
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Senior Scientist
Michael is founder/chair of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Community of Interest at NIST.
Pure Storage, Principal System Engineer
Nick is the principal system engineer for Pure Storage if the office of the CTO.
Insight Venture Partners, Venture Partner
Nick is a venture partner at Insight Venture Partners and adjunct faculty at the Harvard Kennedy School. Previously, Nick was U.S. deputy chief technology officer at the White House.