Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Google: Bringing Capabilities from the Consumer Space to DoD Mission
Tuesday, October 19,2021 at 2:00pm
Defense companies have a wide range of AI practitioners, from analysts to developers to data scientists. In this talk, Google will discuss the various ways AI can be implemented across these different levels of practitioner. You will also learn how services that you and billions of others use daily are of strategic importance to DoD programs.
Dr. Hassan A. Tetteh is a US Navy Captain and Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and adjunct faculty at Howard University College of Medicine. He was selected a 2019 Emerging Leader in Health and Medicine Scholar by the National Academy of Medicine. Currently, Tetteh serves as the Health Mission Chief for Warfighter Health at the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) in the Department of Defense (DoD), and he is a Thoracic Surgeon for MedStar Health and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Scott Frohman with Google Federal runs the business responsible for bringing the innovation of Google to the US Department of Defense and US defense intelligence community. He works with government to enable adoption of cutting edge practices in the areas of artificial intelligence, ultra-large scale mission data processing, and business productivity. He also serves as government liaison for cutting-edge technological developments, bringing thought leadership to federal programs and policy groups in areas such as mission critical computing, software development best practices, and large-scale data management.
Rob Albritton Senior Director, Artificial Intelligence Practice Lead at Octo. Previous to this, Albritton has worked with the United States Air Force, the United States Army, NVIDIA and many more. His new role at Octo is to introduce visions for AI innovations by delivering creative and market-leading applications and solutions as well as hiring high-performance teams.
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