Are you ready to scale trustworthy artificial intelligence at your agency?

Federal work on AI, machine learning and data-intensive pilots and projects is not new. But the White House’s October 2023 executive order on secure development of AI — coupled with congressional bills aimed at ensuring security and privacy remain chief focuses — has created a new set of priorities for agencies going forward. 

During Federal News Network’s inaugural AI & Data Exchange, presented by Guidehouse, government and industry experts will share insights and progress on AI work and discuss how to address the related challenges that all agencies face.

Register now to save your virtual seat for our exclusive event on Feb. 27 and 28, and check back regularly for the latest agenda and participant information!

Each day, we’ll feature provocative discussions on daily themes:

Day 1: Meeting the AI mandate

  • How is the latest executive order impacting AI development across government?
  • What additional guidance can agencies expect?
  • How can agencies raise the bar to meet AI use mandates and also effectively maintain data security and privacy as necessary?
  • What’s the perspective from Capitol Hill?

Day 2: AI on the front lines right now

  • How are AI and machine learning helping agencies meet their missions today?
  • How are agencies tackling challenges?
  • What are the lessons learned?
  • What’s planned on the near horizon — and beyond?

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Speakers

Austin Bonner of White House OSTP

Austin Bonner

Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer for Policy

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Sen. Mark Warner (Virginia)

Sen. Mark Warner

Chairman, Select Committee on Intelligence

U.S. Senate
 

Kathleen Fisher of DARPA

Kathleen Fisher

Director, Information Innovation Office

DARPA
 
 
 

Matthew Graviss of US State Department

Matthew Graviss

Chief Data and AI Officer

State Department
 
 
 

Susan Gregurick

Associate Director for Data Science and Director, Office of Data Science Strategy

NIH

Bassel Haidar of Guidehouse

Bassel Haidar

Director, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Guidehouse

Tracy Jones of Guidehouse

Tracy Jones

Associate Director, Data Management

Guidehouse

Ryan Macaleer of IBM

Ryan Macaleer

Vice President, Data and AI Technology, U.S. Federal Market

IBM

Jim Smid of Palo Alto Networks

Jim Smid

DoD and Intelligence Community Field Chief Technology Officer

Palo Alto Networks

Tony Holmes of Pluralsight

Tony Holmes

Practice Lead for Solutions Architects, Public Sector

Pluralsight

Kurt Steege

Chief Technology Officer

ThunderCat Technology

Art Villanueva

Chief Artificial Intelligence Architect

Dell Technologies

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