Ethical Uses of AI with the Federal Government
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August 4, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Ethical Uses of AI with the Federal Government
Implementing the widespread use of AI can be challenging with funding and training resources. Once the first stages of implementation have gone underway, an agency needs to tackle the problems with the ethical use of AI and ML.
AI has the power to elevate the citizen experience, using predictions and recommendations, while reducing a major burden on governments. But, how does an agency ensure the ethical standards are there? How can we confirm that the safety and rights of the public are not being hindered while utilizing advanced artificial intelligence?
Join our panel of experts as they discuss the journeys they’ve taken with implementing AI as well as the ethical dilemmas that have come up. Panelists will speak to the citizen experience, removing bias, and who “owns” AI in a department?
Dr. Nelson Colón
Digital Service Expert, Defense Digital Service, Office of the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer, U.S. Department of Defense
IT Specialist and Senior IT Policy Analyst, Information Technology Resources Branch, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences
Chief Data Scientist, Office of the Chief Information Officer, National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce
Col. Mike Teter
Chief Data Officer and Deputy Director, Digital Superiority, J6 C4/Cyber Directorate, U.S. Space Command, U.S. Department of Defense
Vice President of Solution Engineering, Salesforce Public Sector
Moderator: Tom Suder
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