In these presentations from our WT Power Breakfast, government and industry leaders discuss why AI is both a critical opportunity and challenge across the federal landscape.
WT Insiders have exclusive access to these sessions from our Oct. 6 Power Breakfast on artificial intelligence.
Both the government and industry perspective feature, along with analysis of market trends and the policy implications being raised by the growth of artificial intelligence in the federal market and beyond.
AI lessons learned from the USPTO
Scott Beliveau, principal innovation architect at the U.S. Patent Trademark Office, shares how PTO is using artificial intelligence to improve its processes and gain efficiency.
Beliveau explains why it is critical to start with the mission and outcome you are looking for. Along the way, he also offers advice and insights into how industry can support the government's AI journey.
Sizing Up The Market: The Myths, the Legends and the Realities
GovExec Senior Industry Analyst Emily Wolfteich gives an overview of artificial intelligence in the federal market -- who is buying AI and what for, plus who the major players from industry are. She also explains what AI really is and why companies should embrace this opportunity.
AI’s Disruptive Power, an Industry Perspective
These three panelists are executives at prime contractors who have made AI-enabled solutions an important part of their companies’ growth strategies:
- Charles Onstott, chief technology officer at Calibre Systems
- Dave Vennergrund, vice president of AI and data insights at General Dynamics IT
- Glenn Kurowski, CTO at CACI International
They discuss what they are seeing in AI, how they are applying it, customer challenges, partnering strategies and what’s on the horizon.
AI’s Policy Implications
David Berteau, president and CEO of the government contracting trade association Professional Services Council, talks about policy trends and challenges surrounding artificial intelligence in the market.
One important takeaway is that industry plays a critical role in helping agencies understand the potential of AI. It is also important to realize that AI is moving rapidly, which again increases the role of industry has to play in helping government customers see what is out there.