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After strong support and participation from government agencies, technology providers, and the entire AI ecosystem, AI World Government will return to Washington,
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AI World Government in the News
Coverage of the inaugural AI World Government event was extensive. Here is a summary of some of the reports:
Highlight Videos from Inaugural Event
Dr. David Bray & Dr. Anthony Scriffignano Discuss the Deployment of AI Technology in Government
AI World Government 2019 Highlights
AI World Government Sponsors Share Feedback on Inaugural Event
AI World Government provided a comprehensive three-day forum to educate and inform public sector agencies on the strategic and tactical benefits of deploying
AI and cognitive technologies. With AI technology at the forefront of our everyday lives, data-driven government services are now possible from federal, state, and local agencies. This has led to the rapid rise in availability and use
of intelligent automation solutions. AI World Government gathered leaders from across government, technology innovation, business and research to present the state of the practice and state of the technology to assist
the public sector in leveraging advanced intelligent technologies to enhance government services. Special focus was given to the challenges, solutions, and opportunities that lie in the agency mission, and how agencies can prepare to deploy
intelligent automation to address their goals.
AI World Government also presented a special program on AI Governance, Big Data and Ethics. The rapid acceleration of AI technology has led to a global call for AI governance and ethics.
One of the core issues facing the adoption of AI is centered on how to ensure that these advanced technologies can be deployed in a fair and non-biased way that can serve the betterment of mankind. Currently, there are hundreds of efforts
underway globally, working in silos, to standardize around how business and governments can engage in ethical AI practices. The Summit on AI Governance, Big Data and Ethics brought together a key group of global thought
leaders who presented the challenges, discussed solutions and led networking roundtables to help government and industry leaders better collaborate with each.