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Charles Romine, Director of NIST IT Lab, to Give Keynote Address at Potomac Officers Club’s AI Summit 2020 on Feb. 13th

Jeff Brody
Charles Romine

Charles Romine, director of the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), will serve as a keynote speaker during Potomac Officers Club’s 2nd Annual Artificial Intelligence Summit 2020 on Thursday, Feb. 13th.

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Romine oversees a research program that cultivates trust in information technology and metrology by developing and disseminating standards, measurements, and testing for interoperability, security, usability, and reliability of information systems. 

ITL develops and disseminates cybersecurity standards and guidelines for Federal agencies and U.S. industry. ITL supports these and measurement science at NIST through fundamental and applied research in computer science, mathematics, and statistics.

During his keynote address, Romine will discuss the challenges within the public and private sector as AI programs and priorities, new initiatives continue to advance. He will speak on how to achieve enterprise AI, which continues to lead to major technological advances in cybersecurity and machine learning.

Robert Work, senior counselor for Defense and Distinguished Senior Fellow for Defense and National Security, will also serve as a keynote speaker. Following the addresses, the summit will feature two expert panels: “Managing Enterprise-Scale Data Engineering in Support of Enterprise-Scale AI” and “Achieving Enterprise AI.”

The featured panelists include Terry Busch from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Mike Garris with the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI), William Roberts from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), Sam Gray with the Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO), Ritu Chadha of Perspecta, Ronnie Synakowski from the U.S. Air Force and Stoney Trent with the Department of Defense (DoD).

Join the Potomac Officers Club for our 2nd Annual Artificial Intelligence Summit. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear public and private sector leaders discuss government AI programs and priorities, new initiatives and how to achieve enterprise AI.

Register here for Potomac Officers Club’s 2nd Annual Artificial Intelligence Summit 2020 on Thursday, Feb. 13th.

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