AI & Machine Learning in Government: Pragmatic Approaches, Thoughts, & Takeaways
This month’s presenter is Captain Michael Kanaan, Co-Chair for Artificial Intelligence, U.S. Air Force. He will share his experiences in AI applications and enterprise technology in government and both the best and worst practices on bringing AI in the Gov. The Air Force recently announced their partnership with The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to make advances in the field of AI and partner to develop technologies that will be vectors for positive change in the world. He’ll also talk about partnerships and what that means for the government.
- 6-6:30pm: Networking
- 6:30-7:30pm: Presentation
- 7:30-8pm: Wrap-up and networking
About AI in Government
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