Artificial intelligence (AI) has dramatically advanced emerging technology, which will significantly change the security, defense, and intelligence apparatus across federal and industry sectors. AI will also play a crucial role on, near and above the future battlefields of our time.
The risks and advantages of AI are so great that leading defense and commercial industry officials are attempting to develop cutting-edge systems quickly and cost-effectively.
During Potomac Officers Club’s 3rd Annual AI Summit, notable federal and industry leaders will meet to discuss how to advance technology at speed and how private-public partnerships are critical to maintaining the technology race’s competitive advantage.
Featuring the Honorable Susan Gordon as keynote speaker, the summit will also foster discussions on how collaboration with civilian agencies and international allies is vital to develop and implement AI standards that promote interoperability, dependability, and trustworthiness.
Susan Gordon served as the principal deputy director of National Intelligence from 2017-2019. As deputy director, she was the top advisor to the President and National Security Council on intelligence issues. She also managed the transformation of planning, guidance, and execution of a combined 17-agency, multibillion-dollar budget.
Before serving as deputy director of National Intelligence, Gordon was the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency deputy director. She also has over three decades of experience working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) holding leadership positions in analysis, support, operations, and science and technology.
The summit will also feature 2021 Wash100 Award recipient Lt. Gen. Michael Groen, director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) and Yll Bajraktari, executive director of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) as keynote speakers.
Join Potomac Officers Club to learn about research and development within the AI sector as competition rises across emerging technologies. As new capabilities continue to influence every aspect of the GovCon and industry, top executives must stay ahead of the curve to defeat adversaries.