Major AI experts lead marquee of National Security AI Conference & Exhibition
ARLINGTON, VA — Media are welcome to cover the first National Security AI Conference & Exhibition<http://send.ndia.org/link.cfm?r=m7D9mmd9BhtasmWXPyvJAw~~&pe=PbBBKyPRX6ZMr7QJa-QnOjTKQZShW3dZ70E8K-DxbyXfBEDSCxYR1NHrXf5xUvghZRmUDT841QJhIZqiTRLPuQ~~&t=r4nLLpndaRtzPOv_BMI1oQ~~>, presented virtually Tuesday-Wednesday, March 23–25, by the National Defense Industrial Association, the Arlington, Virginia-based trade organization announces.
The agenda for this online, on-the record event<https://www.ndia.org/-/media/sites/ndia/meetings-and-events/2021/march/1se1-nsaice/nsaiceprogram31121.ashx> features professionals in artificial intelligence and machine learning as well as experts from defense and national security from the Defense Department, Congress, the military and industry and more.
* Keynote remarks from Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Michael Groen, director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center with the Defense Department; Mike Brown, director of the Defense Innovation Unit; Peter Highnam, acting director of the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency; Eric Schmidt, chairman of the National Security Commission on AI; Bob Work, vice chairman, NSCAI chairman and former deputy defense secretary.
* Congressional perspective panel with Reps. Jim Langevin (D-RI) and Elise Stefanik (R-NY), chairman and ranking member, respectively, of the House Subcommittee on Cyber, Innovative Technologies and Information Systems.
* Panels on AI and the supply chain, manufacturing and industry, energy and infrastructure, transportation and logistics, intelligence, homeland security and more, plus the National Security Commission on AI will host a public, co-located conference on public-private partnerships for AI and national security.
To register, please contact Tiffany Milnor at tmilnor@NDIA.org
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