Women In Defense Central Florida (WID CFL) announced today it will host a distinguished panel of artificial intelligence industry leaders at the Interservice/Industry Training and Simulation Education Conference (I/ITSEC) at the Orange County Convention Center on November 29, at 10:30am in Room S330EF.
The panel, “AI’s Future: Multiple Perspectives” is a partnership between WID CFL and I/ITSEC leadership. I/ITSEC is the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training summit, this year with the theme: “Launching Innovation in Learning: Ready, Set, Disrupt.”
Dr. Sae Schatz of the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative, will moderate the panel, which will include leaders in artificial intelligence representing IBM, Microsoft, Dell and Adobe. All of the participants will offer their unique perspectives on this pertinent topic. The AI panel will be followed by a professional development fireside chat moderated by WID National Executive Director Rachel McCaffrey.
“As industry invests in AI, training and simulation, needs to focus on recruiting and developing diverse, skilled and innovative minds to lead the transformation. WID CFL is proud to host this exceptional panel of AI experts as part of the I/ITSEC 2018 conference,” said Chapter President Karen Fray. “As smart machines become more integrated into everyday life, we need developers who represent all users, ensuring diverse, inclusive teams guide development and design.”
About Women In Defense Central Florida
Women In Defense (WID), a national security organization, is an affiliate of the National Defense Industrial Association, the trusted leader in national defense and national security associations. WID’s mission is to provide women with a formal environment for professional growth through strategic networking, education and professional development and create educational, coaching, and mentoring opportunities to encourage and enable young women to pursue STEM careers in support of national defense. WID CFL is proud to be the 14th sanctioned chapter in the United States. Central Florida’s membership includes a diverse group of women and men representing a significant cross-section of national security professionals working in industry, government, military, and academia.
For more information visit: cfl-wid.org