4th Annual Thomson Reuters Government Conference
It is our pleasure to invite you to the fourth annual Thomson Reuters Government Conference on September 12th in Washington, D.C.
The theme of this event is the future of government: how federal employees, private industry, and their partners are implementing new technology to enhance and transform government missions.
|This thought leadership event will feature keynote speaker Carmen Medina, former Deputy Director of Intelligence at the Central Intelligence Agency and international expert on strategic thinking and innovation – and presents expert-led panel discussions on the obstacles and opportunities that accompany major technological shifts. Is your agency ready to adapt?|
- Technology, Truth, and Skepticism – Do you really need a blockchain? Are autonomous vehicles going to disrupt your mission in 5 years – or tomorrow? How can you successfully navigate the hype cycle?
- Real-life case studies about bringing artificial intelligence and machine learning to national security spaces, and the challenges of deploying cutting-edge systems in sensitive environments
- Lessons learned from leaders in government and private industry who are bringing the best in new data and technology to their workplaces, from consensus-building to managing successful rollouts
- The importance of addressing ethics, privacy, and bias issues when pursuing AI and ML applications. How will your deployments manage both your mission requirements and applicable privacy restrictions? What do we mean when we talk about ethics in a complex environment, with rapidly shifting public opinion?
Breakfast, lunch, and a reception will be served. Register today to reserve your spot. We hope to see you there!
A continental breakfast, lunch, and reception will be served (estimated value $85.00). There is no fee charged for attendance. Should you or your ethics officer have any questions or need further information about this widely-attended event, please contact your Thomson Reuters representative.
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