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AI Gov: Data

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Artificial intelligence and data analytics are improving the delivery of government services in agencies dedicated to medical research, health care and national security. They are also helping the workforce make informed and data-driven decisions across missions. With boosts in cloud computing architecture and information processing capacities, federal agencies are getting a handle on ethical and equitable frameworks, data standards and analytical tools necessary for driving the next stages of automation.

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Speakers / Panelists

  • Amy Kluber
    Amy Kluber Editor-in-Chief GovCIO Media & Research

In June 2021, the Biden Administration launched the National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource Task Force to develop a roadmap that democratizes access to research tools, promote AI innovation and fuel economic prosperity. Hear from the minds behind this effort on how the task force will expand access to the resources and tools that fuel AI research and development.

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  • Manish Parashar
    Manish Parashar Director, Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure National Science Foundation
  • Lynne Parker
    Lynne Parker Assistant Director for AI and Director of the National AI Initiative Office, Office of Science and Technology Policy The White House
  • Amy Kluber
    Moderator: Amy Kluber Editor-in-Chief GovCIO Media & Research

The COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities to deploy AI-driven advanced data analytics tools to better understand, mitigate and manage public health challenges. But conceptualizing and integrating ethical AI principles into the development process to promote health equity requires close attention on protecting individual privacy rights, data management and data security. Hear from federal leaders about how they’re promoting health equity and improving access to secure and innovative AI solutions.

Speakers / Panelists

  • David Keever
    David Keever Vice President, Division Chief Scientist Leidos Innovations Center
  • Amanda Purnell
    Amanda Purnell Director of Data and Analytics Innovation VA
  • Sarah Sybert
    Moderator: Sarah Sybert Staff Writer/Researcher GovCIO Media & Research

Data visualization is a crucial step in the AI modeling process. It provides the context needed to develop the right models and correctly interpret the results. Federal leaders will dive into how they are advancing data visualization and AI tools to improve decision making, modeling, simulation, analytic capabilities and more.

Speakers / Panelists

  • Erika Bauer
    Erika Bauer Lead Product Designer, Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office for Digital Services DOD
  • Scott Beliveau
    Scott Beliveau Chief, Enterprise Advanced Analytics USPTO
  • Katherine MacPhail
    Moderator: Katherine MacPhail Staff Writer/Researcher GovCIO Media & Research

Speakers / Panelists

  • Amy Kluber
    Amy Kluber Editor-in-Chief GovCIO Media & Research
Speakers
  • Erika Bauer
    Erika Bauer Lead Product Designer, Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office for Digital Services, DOD
  • Scott Beliveau
    Scott Beliveau Chief, Enterprise Advanced Analytics, USPTO
  • Manish Parashar
    Manish Parashar Director, Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure, National Science Foundation
  • Amanda Purnell
    Amanda Purnell Director of Data and Analytics Innovation, VA
  • Fred Streitz
    Fred Streitz Senior Advisor, Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analysis, CDC
  • David Keever
    David Keever Vice President, Division Chief Scientist, Leidos Innovations Center
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