Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Overview for Decision Makers
By Prem Jadhwani
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Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Center for American Progress (CAP)
1333 H St. NW
Washington, DC, 20005
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Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Blockchain are all emerging technological advances that are making a debut within the Federal Government for such use cases as Fraud Detection & Mitigation, Fraud Detection and Mitigation; Geo-spatial Intelligence using Drone and Satellite Imagery Fusion Platform Sustainment; Insider Threat Detection and Mitigation; Smart Video Analytics; Autonomous Sensors and Large Scale Object Detection Predictive Cyber Analytics & Next Gen Threat Mitigation; AI & ML for Healthcare; GPU Accelerated HPC Applications; and Robotic Process Automation. AI will transform Cybersecurity by creating next gen cyber tools that will be able to use AI, ML and Natural Language Processing to be able to better detect, contain and predict sophisticated cyber-attacks and advanced persistent threats. Learn about the Artificial Intelligence Roadmap to success. Hear about the potential return on investment and financial payback for AI/ML projects. Gain insights into approaches for successfully implementing AI/ML.
Prem Jadhwani, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), brings 20 years of experience working in the enterprise IT space with both commercial and Federal customers to Government Acquisitions, Inc. (GAI). He is also a founder and CEO of Intellectual Point, an IT Training and Workforce Development firm based in Northern VA. As a CTO, Mr. Jadhwani provides solution vision, strategy, thought leadership, and subject matter expertise around data centers, cyber security, cloud computing, data analytics, mobile and wireless, IoT, SDN and other emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Mr. Jadhwani has served as a Commissioner for TechAmerica Cloud and Big Data Commission. He has published numerous papers and is an active speaker at industry conferences. He holds an MS in Computer Science from Illinois Institute of Technology, an MBA in Marketing & Strategy from Stuart School of Business in Chicago, and has completed coursework for a Ph.D. in Cyber Security from George Mason University. He also holds 100+ reputable certifications including CISSP, CISM, CySA+, CISA, CEH, CCNP, VCP, ITIL, GCIH, and GSLC and is a professional Cyber Security Trainer and sought-after speaker and panelist.