Stephen Homeyer, vice president of intelligence strategy at BAE Systems’ U.S. subsidiary, will lead a panel discussion on artificial intelligence transition out of the research and development phase into an operational setting.
He will serve as panel moderator of the “Transitioning of AI from R&D to Operations” panel at GovCon Wire’s AI: Innovation in National Security Forum on June 3. Visit the GovCon Wire Events page to register for this forum.
In his current role at BAE Systems Inc., Homeyer oversees cross-organizational initiatives for key market expansion, strategic engagement for the intelligence solutions business area and customer mission and strategy. He joined the defense contractor in November 2020 after more than two years as deputy director of the Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center. His career also included time as deputy director of the research directorate and director of the basic and applied research at the National Geospatial Agency and as chief of the FBI’s counterterrorism R&D effort.
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Katrina McFarland, a commissioner of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, will deliver the keynote address. She will be introduced by Peder Jungck, vice president and general manager of BAE’s intelligence and security sector.
The panelists are:
- Jill Crisman, principal director of artificial intelligence in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research
- Dean Souleles, former chief technology adviser in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence
- Jane Pinelis, chief of test and evaluation of AI/ML at the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center