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Ian Beaver, PhD, Lead Research Engineer, Intelligent Self Service, Verint

Ian Beaver, PhD is the lead research engineer at Verint Intelligent Self Service, a provider of conversational AI systems for enterprise businesses. Ian has been publishing discoveries in the field of AI since 2005 on topics surrounding human-computer interactions such as gesture recognition, user preference learning, and communication with multi-modal automated assistants. Ian has presented his work at various academic and industry conferences and authored over 20 patents within the field of human language technology. His extensive experience and access to large volumes of real-world, human-machine conversation data for his research has made him a leading voice in conversational analysis of dialog systems. Ian is currently focused on means to detect and resolve misunderstandings between humans and machines. He is also leading a team in finding ways to optimize human productivity by way of automation and augmentation, using symbiotic relationships with machines.
Seminar: Intelligent Assistants

David Bray, PhD, Executive Director, People-Centered Internet Coalition, Senior FellowInstitute for Human-Machine Cognition

Dr. David A. Bray was named one of the top “24 Americans Who Are Changing the World” under 40 by Business Insider in 2016. He was also named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum for 2016-2021. He was named a Marshall Memorial Fellow and traveled to Europe to discuss Trans-Atlantic issues of common concern including exponential technologies and the global future ahead. Since 2017, he serves as Executive Director for the People-Centered Internet coalition co-founded by Vint Cerf, focused on providing support and expertise for community-focused projects that measurably improve people’s lives using the internet. He also provides strategy to both Boards and start-ups espousing human-centric principles to technology-enabled decision making in complex environments.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Alison Brooks, PhD, Research Director, Smart Cities Strategies & Public Safety, IDC

As Research Director Smart Cities Strategies, Public Safety, Dr. Alison Brooks specializes in public safety related research for the global Smart Cities Strategies program at IDC. Ms. Brooks has held a number of positions with IDC over the past 10 years, previously working as IDC Canada’s Director of public sector research. Dr. Brooks’ research will focus on the digital transformation of public safety within Smart Cities. Research will explore digital evidence management, intelligence-led policing, Real-time Crime Centers, advanced analytics and visualization, and mobile crime-fighting solutions.
Track 3: Smart Cities

Sung-Woo Cho, PhD, Senior Associate/Scientist, Social and Economic Policy, Abt Associates

Sung-Woo Cho, Ph.D., applies artificial intelligence to social policy decisions to enable data to benefit social-service recipients. He has extensive experience in workforce training and career pathways, community college systems, and the administrative data these sources generate. He also designs and implements program evaluations.  Dr. Cho currently oversees the machine learning applications of the Descriptive and Analytical Career Pathways Study, a project funded by the US Department of Labor (DOL) that uses data science to understand career pathways research and individuals’ employment trajectories. He also collaborated with Miami Dade College in an effort that predicted college graduation rates with 93 percent accuracy and determined the top factors of student success, using gradient boosting models. 
Track 4: Powering AI Data Services

 

Nazli Choucri, PhD, Professor of Political Science, MIT

Nazli Choucri is Professor of Political Science. Her work is in the area of international relations, most notably on sources and consequences of international conflict and violence. Professor Choucri is the architect and Director of the Global System for Sustainable Development (GSSD), a multi-lingual web-based knowledge networking system focusing on the multi-dimensionality of sustainability. As Principal Investigator of an MIT-Harvard multi-year project on Explorations in Cyber International Relations (ECIR), she directed a multi-disciplinary and multi-method research initiative, constructing a cyber-inclusive view of international relations (Cyber-IR System) – with theory, data, analyses, simulations – to anticipate and respond to cyber threats and challenges to national security and international stability. She is Editor of the MIT Press Series on Global Environmental Accord and, formerly, General Editor of the International Political Science Review.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Ruthbea Clarke, Vice President, IDC Government Insights, IDC

Ruthbea Yesner is the Vice President of Government Insights at IDC.  In this practice, Ms. Yesner manages the US Federal Government and the Worldwide Smart Cities and Communities Global practices. Ms. Yesner's research discusses the strategies and execution of relevant technologies and best practice areas, such as governance, innovation, partnerships and business models, essential for Smart City and Community development.  Ms. Yesner's research includes Big Data and analytics, artificial intelligence, Open data and data exchanges, digital twins, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and mobile solutions in the areas of economic development and civic engagement, urban planning and administration, public safety, transportation, and energy and infrastructure. Ms. Yesner contributes to consulting engagements to support state and local governments and IT vendors’ overall Smart City market strategies.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Lord Tim Clement-Jones CBE, Former Chair of the UK’s House of Lords Select Committee for Artificial Intelligence and Chair of Council, Queen Mary University of London

Lord Clement-Jones is a Consultant of the global law firm DLA Piper.  Former positions within DLA include London Managing Partner (2011-16), Head of UK Government Affairs, Chairman of its China and Middle East Desks, International Business Relations Partner and Co-Chairman of Global Government Relations.  He is Chair of Ombudsman Services Limited, the not for profit, independent ombudsman service that provides dispute resolution for the communications, energy, property and copyright licensing industries.  He is a member of the Advisory Board of Airmic (the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce) and Board Member of the Corporate Finance Faculty of the ICAEW.  Tim was made CBE for political services in 1988 and life peer in 1998.  Until July 2004 he was the Liberal Democrat Health Spokesman and thereafter until 2010 Liberal Democrat Spokesman on Culture, Media and Sport, in the House of Lords.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Thomas Creely, PhD, Director Ethics and Emerging Military Technology Graduate Program, U.S. Naval War College

Tom Creely is an international and national expert in the Ethics of Technology.  He piloted and is Director of the Ethics and Emerging Military Technology (EEMT) Graduate Certificate Program at the United States Naval War College.  Dr. Creely represents the Navy on The Conference Board Global Business Conduct Council.  As a member of the Boston Global Forum, he serves on A.I. World Society Standards and Practice Committee and Editorial Board of Shaping Futures Magazine.   At Brown University Executive Master of Cybersecurity, Dr. Creely facilitates the cyber simulation ethical decision-making exercise.  Dr. Creely is on the Executive Advisory Board of AI World Government 2019.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Michael Dukakis, Chairman, Boston Global Forum

As Co-Founder and Chairman of The Board of Directors and Board of Thinker of The Boston Global Forum, Michael Stanley Dukakis culminates a half-century career dedicated to public service, political leadership, fostering the careers of young leaders, and scholarly achievement.

Together with Nguyen Anh Tuan, this former Massachusetts governor, has established The Boston Global Forum as a globally recognized think tank noted for developing peaceful solutions to some of the world’s most contentious issues, among them: fair labor practices in third-world nations, US-North Korean denuclearization negotiations, and the militarization of the South China Sea. Most recently, Gov. Dukakis has called for the ethical development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and other 21st century Internet advances that permeate out daily lives.
To promote the work of the Boston Global Forum and to recognize those who support its goals, Gov. Dukakis co-created: “World Leader in Peace and Cybersecurity” Award; “World Leader in AI World Society” Award, and the AI World Society Initiative. Together with Nguyen Anh Tuan he also established December 12 as the annual Global Cybersecurity Day. Gov. Dukakis also coauthored, "The concepts of AI-Government," “Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security (ECCC),” and the “BGF-G7 Summit Initiative Report.”

Gov. Dukakis’s dedication to public service began modestly when he was elected Town Meeting Member in his native Brookline, Massachusetts, just outside Boston. He was later elected chairman of his town’s Democratic organization in 1960 and won a seat in the Massachusetts Legislature in 1962 where he served four terms as a state legislator. In 1970, he was the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s nominee for Lieutenant Governor and the running mate of Boston Mayor Kevin White in a gubernatorial race lost to Republicans Frank Sargent and Donald Dwight, Jr.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Bob Gourley, Co-Founder and CTO, OODA LLC

Bob Gourley is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence consultancy OODA LLC

Bob previously founded Crucial Point LLC, a technology research and advisory firm. He is the publisher of CTOvision.com Bob collaborates in the operation of OODALoop.com.

Bob’s first career was as a naval intelligence officer, which included operational tours in Europe and Asia. Bob was the first Director of Intelligence (J2) at DoD’s cyber defense organization JTF-CND.

Following retirement from the Navy Bob was an executive with TRW and Northrop Grumman, and then returned to government service as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

Bob was named one of the top 25 most influential CTOs in the globe by Infoworld. He was selected for AFCEAs award for meritorious service to the intelligence community, and was named by Washingtonian as one of DC’s “Tech Titans.”  Bob was named one of the “Top 25 Most Fascinating Communicators in Government IT” by the Gov2.0 community GovFresh. Bob was noted as “Most Influential on Twitter for Big Data” by Forbes. The blog he founded and publishes, CTOvision, is now ranked among the top 50 federal technology blogs.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics
Seminar: AI & Cybersecurity

Jun Heider, CTOO, RealEyes Media

Jun works as the CTOO at RealEyes Media, the premier industry expert in advanced application development with unparalleled expertise and experience in all aspects of streaming media. In addition to being a partner of choice for NBC Sports and the largest live streaming events in the world, RealEyes assists companies such as Oracle, Adobe, and Motorola. RealEyes also has a long history of helping the public sector realize their media and streaming needs. In his role at RealEyes Jun love directing innovative, talented developers, helping to optimize media workflow, and determining how to harness the power of AI and Machine Learning. Jun has also been adjunct faculty at University of Denver, PMC member and committer at Apache, and spoken at numerous conferences such as NAB, Adobe MAX, and Streaming Media Conferences.
Track 6: Compliance, Security & Trust

Suzette Kent, Federal Chief Information Officer, Office of Management and Budget

Suzette Kent is an industry leader in large-scale business transformation and has worked with many of the world’s most complex organizations.  Her experiences cover a wide spectrum, which include technology development, product design, customer servicing, merger and acquisition, technology and risk policy and establishing new global industry capabilities.  Before taking the role of Federal CIO, Suzette spent over 25 years in the financial services industry where she served as a principal at EY, partner at Accenture, consulting president at Carreker Corporation, and Managing Director at JPMorgan.   Ms. Kent has served as an enterprise leader for organizational learning, diversity and inclusiveness, and career development at every organization at which she has worked. She has been a frequent speaker in global industry forums, publisher of thought leadership pieces, and holds patents in banking processes.
Plenary Sessions

Michael Krigsman, CEO, CXOTalk

Michael Krigsman is recognized internationally as an industry analyst and host of CXOTALK. As a columnist for ZDNet, Michael has written over 1,000 articles on topics related to innovation, digital disruption and leadership. His work has been mentioned more than 1,000 times in major newspapers, television, radio, trade publications, presentations, academic dissertations, blogs, and other media. Michael has been quoted in about 50 books, published in the Wall Street Journal, and is syndicated on important technology websites. Michael is often a judge in prestigious industry contests such as the CIO100 contest (CIO Magazine) and CRM Idol. He has presented to groups such as CIO Symposium (Cleveland), Oracle OpenWorld, Digital Enterprise Show (Madrdid), CIO Summit (Boston), D-Summit (Stockholm), Harvard University, Babson College, Seton Hill University, University College London, CIO Summit (Scottsdale), CT Executive Symposium, Federal Home Loan Banks, Boston University, Suffolk University, SAP Sapphire, NetSuite SuiteWorld, MIT CIO Symposium, Educause, and others.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

David Kuehn, Team Director/Program Manager, FHWA Exploratory Advanced Research (EAR) Program

Track 6: Compliance, Security & Trust


Tolga Kurtoglu, PhD, CEO, PARC

Dr. Tolga Kurtoglu is CEO of PARC, a Xerox company, which is in "the business of breakthroughs.” Practicing open innovation since being incorporated in 2002, PARC provides custom R&D services, technology, specialized expertise, best practices, and intellectual property to Xerox’s business groups, Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies, startups, and government.

Dr. Kurtoglu oversees PARC’s R&D investments for Xerox and its innovation portfolio for commercial clients and government agencies in a diverse set of focus areas and competencies including human-centered innovation services, intelligent agents and systems, clean energy, smart packaging, machine learning and analytics, security and privacy, printed electronics and digital manufacturing.

Motivated by his passion for bringing innovations to market, Dr. Kurtoglu specializes in leading cross-functional teams to apply science and technology to develop creative solutions to real-world problems. Since joining PARC in 2010, he has held various leadership roles focusing on R&D management, product strategy, and technology commercialization. In his early years at PARC, he pioneered the formation of PARC’s digital design and manufacturing (DDM) program. Later he created and led the System Sciences Laboratory by building a technology portfolio across hardware, software, and process technologies. In both roles, he managed multi-million-dollar R&D investments and product strategy encompassing several platforms and market offerings, and led successful transition of inventions from an R&D output to commercial software systems and services. Prior to PARC, he was a researcher at NASA Ames Research Center, and a mechanical design engineer at Dell Corporation.
Plenary Sessions

Corey Lofdahl, PhD, Principal Research Scientist, Advanced Decision Systems, Systems & Technology Research (STR)

Dr. Corey Lofdahl is a recognized expert in the computer-based policy modeling and social science simulation. At MIT, he learned to specify, quantify, and integrate social science theory to create integrated policy analyses using system dynamics (SD) simulation. Under the DARPA COMPOEX program, Dr. Lofdahl built suites of SD models to create plans and analyses for Baghdad that integrated Diplomatic, Intelligence, Military, and Economic (DIME) lines of effort for senior military and civilian decision makers. Throughout his career, he has applied computer-based techniques to analyze complex policy and technical problems for a range of defense, government, and civilian customers. He holds degrees in electrical engineering, computer science, and international relations from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Brown University, and MIT.
Track 2: Strategic Government Functions

Scott Lundstrom, Group VP and GM of IDC Government Insights, IDC

Scott Lundstrom is a long time industry analyst focused on the transformative and disruptive nature of technology. Mr. Lundstrom has been focused on IT driven business innovation and change in a variety of industries and settings.  Mr. Lundstrom is an expert on the emerging third platform, and speaks regularly on the future of cloud, analytics, mobility, and social media to digitally transform and radically alter the process and services offered to customers in the marketplace.
Plenary Sessions

William Mark, President, Information and Computing Sciences, SRI

Dr. William Mark is President of SRI International’s Information and Computing Sciences Division, which creates new technology in information security, system design, speech and natural language, vision and perception, planning and reasoning, and formal methods. The group’s leading-edge research is complemented with a strong focus on intellectual property creation and commercialization. Projects include Internet interaction, intrusion detection software, physical and virtual information spaces, and technology for dynamic enterprise management.

Prior to joining SRI in 1998, Mark headed the System Technology Group at National Semiconductor. The group focused on system-level design and implementation of the silicon-based systems of the future, including hardware/software co-design, integrated DSP solutions, and reconfigurable computing technology.
Plenary Sessions
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Bill Meisel, PhD, Principal Analyst, TMA Associates

William Meisel, Ph.D., president, TMA Associates, is publisher and editor of LUI News (formerly Speech Strategy News), a paid-subscription monthly newsletter launched in 1993, which covers the commercial applications of the Language User Interface. Dr. Meisel has authored the most comprehensive digital assistant product guide in the market today which covers 270+ intelligent assistant/Bot products and 125+ implementations – Digital Assistants and Bots: A Vendor Guide. He chairs the Conversational Interaction Conference for AVIOS, and he produces a ½ day workshop at our AI World event entitled “Building an Application-Specific Intelligent Assistant”. He is author of the 2013 book The Software Society, and a consultant on market and product opportunities created by the maturing of speech and natural language technology. His experience in speech technology includes founding and running a speech recognition company and authoring a technical book on machine learning. Dr. Meisel previously founded a venture-capital-backed speech recognition company, Speech Systems Inc., and ran it for ten years.
Seminar: Intelligent Assistants

Adelaide C. O’Brien, Research Director, Government Insights, IDC 

Adelaide O'Brien is Research Director for IDC Government Insights responsible for Government Digital Transformation Strategies. Ms. O'Brien is recognized as a valued thought leader by U.S. federal agencies and the vendors serving government and has been named one of the top 100 leaders throughout the federal IT community.
Ms. O'Brien assists clients in understanding the full scope of efforts needed for digital transformation, understands agency requirements and mandates, and has deep technical expertise in analytics, AI, and cloud. Ms. O'Brien's research also includes a particular emphasis on journey maps that assist clients in understanding the full scope of efforts required to achieve outcomes. Her research also includes the threats and opportunities now facing government's ecosystems in leveraging agency information as a critical asset, allowing stakeholders to make better decisions, provide better services and experiences for constituents, and react in real time to limit liabilities and manage risks.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Thomas Patterson, PhD, Professor, Harvard Kennedy School

Thomas E. Patterson is Bradlee Professor of Government and the Press. He is author of the book Informing the News: The Need for Knowledge-Based Journalism, published in October 2013. His earlier book, The Vanishing Voter, looks at the causes and consequences of electoral participation, and his book on the media’s political role, Out of Order, received the American Political Science Association’s Graber Award as the best book of the decade in political communication. His first book, The Unseeing Eye, was named by the American Association for Public Opinion Research as one of the 50 most influential books on public opinion in the past half century. He is also the author of Mass Media Election: How Americans Choose Their President (1980), and two general American government texts: The American Democracy and We the People. His articles have appeared in Political Communication, Journal of Communication, and other academic journals, as well as in the popular press. His research has been funded by the Ford, Markle, Smith-Richardson, Pew, Knight, Carnegie, and National Science foundations. Patterson received his PhD from the University of Minnesota in 1971.
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Edward Preble, PhD, Research Data Scientist, Center for Data Science, RTI International

Edward Preble is a data scientist in RTI International’s Center for Data Science, where he applies machine learning, text analytics, and data visualization to solving problems in the social sciences, public health, and engineering sciences. Dr. Preble partners with RTI’s wide variety of subject matter experts to extract hidden insights from complex data sets.

A physicist by training, Dr. Preble previously held engineering and executive management roles in the semiconductor research industry. As real-world problems are evolving to be more and more data-centric, Dr. Preble has transferred his prior research experience to the field of data science to focus on societal issues that can benefit from innovative technical solutions.
Track 1: Big Data to AI

Rotenberg_MarcMarc Rotenberg, President, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Curt Savoie, Program Director, Global Smart Cities Strategies, IDC

Curt Savoie is the Director, Global Smart Cities Strategies program. The central components of his work revolve around data: its use, security, meaning, accessibility, and governance. He brings to IDC a deep interest in algorithms, artificial intelligence, resiliency, identity, ethical considerations, privacy and anonymization, reducing information asymmetry, and how data can power a better future. At the intersection of theoretical, strategic, and practical experience in the domains of big data, analytics, urban informatics, city operations and innovation, data science workflows and methodology he can help answer not just what but how and why.
Track 3: Smart Cities

Abhivyakti Sawarkar, MD, Biomedical Informatician, Office of Translational Sciences (OTS), Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), U.S. Food & Drug Administration

Track 4: Powering AI Data Services

Ronald Schmelzer, Managing Partner, Principal Analyst, Cognilytica 

Ron is principal analyst, managing partner, and founder of the Artificial Intelligence-focused analyst and advisory firm Cognilytica, and is also the host of the AI Today podcast, SXSW Innovation Awards Judge, founder of TechBreakfast demo format events, and an expert in AI, Machine Learning, Enterprise Architecture, venture capital, startup and entrepreneurial ecosystems, and more.  Prior to founding Cognilytica, Ron founded and ran ZapThink, an industry analyst firm focused on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Web Services, XML, & Enterprise Architecture, which was acquired by Dovel Technologies in August 2011.
Seminar: Machine Learning & Deep Learning

Anthony Scriffignano, PhD, Senior Vice President & Chief Data Scientist, Dun &Bradstreet

Anthony Scriffignano in an internationally recognized data scientist with experience spanning over 35 years, in multiple industries and enterprise domains. Dr. Scriffignano has extensive background in linguistics and advanced algorithms, leveraging that background as primary inventor on multiple patents worldwide. He provides thought leadership globally. Recently, he briefed the US National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee regarding reports to the President on Big Data Analytics and Emerging Technologies Strategic Vision. Additionally, Scriffignano provided expert advice on private sector data officers to a group of state Chief Data Officers and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. He also served as a forum panelist and keynote speaker at the World Internet Conference hosted by Chinese President Xi Jinping in Wuzhen, China. He was recently published in CIO Review, Huffington Post, Mint (India) and quoted in various publications including China Daily, Xinhua and Peoples Daily. He was profiled by InformationWeek and by BizCloud, and is a recurring CXOTalk guest. He regularly presents at business, government and academic venues globally regarding emerging trends in data and information stewardship, the “Big Data” explosion, artificial intelligence, multilingual challenges in business identity and malfeasance in commercial settings.
Plenary Sessions
Summit: AI Governance, Big Data & Ethics

Lewis Shepherd, Senior Director, National Technology Strategy, R&D, VMware Research

Lewis Shepherd is an R&D executive with VMware, the pioneering Silicon Valley virtualization technology company and the world’s leading multi-cloud-computing provider. As Senior Director of National Technology Strategy, he leads disruptive prototyping efforts of specific relevance to federal government agencies. He also currently serves as a Special Government Employee (SGE) for strategic capabilities in the Pentagon's Office of the Secretary of Defense. 
He previously spent seven years as the Director and CTO of the Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments, a global practice providing R&D innovations for enterprise-scale mission problems. His private consulting clients have included SpaceX, Goldman Sachs, and several hedge funds, and from 1984-2002 Shepherd was active in Silicon Valley in government, technology, and research, including helping create and grow two startups.
Seminar: AI & Cybersecurity

Lindsey Sheppard, Associate Fellow, International Security Program, Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS)

Lindsey Sheppard is an associate fellow with the International Security Program at CSIS, where she supports various projects in emerging technology, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, and in security applications, ranging from strategic to tactical. Ms. Sheppard contributes expertise in modeling and simulation, system architecture, electronic warfare, and radar from five years of experience in defense research and development. Before joining CSIS, she was a member of the technical staff at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and the Georgia Tech Research Institute, during which time she served as the systems engineering lead on multiyear efforts building simulation capabilities to evaluate technology and deployment solutions to support military operations. She holds an M.S. and a B.S. in aerospace engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Track 2: Strategic Government Functions

Mona Siddiqui, MD, Chief Data Officer, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Dr. Siddiqui is the Chief Data Officer for the Department of Health and Human Services where she is focused on promoting open data, building an enterprise wide data governance structure, creating a business analytics unit and developing strategic partnerships with external stakeholders.  Prior to this role, Dr. Siddiqui was at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation working towards implementing a rapid cycle testing platform for payment models.  She has also served with the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (“nudge” unit) during the Obama administration leading work in the health space.  She has a MD from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she is now on faculty, a masters in quantitative methods from the Harvard School of Public Health and in management/technology from the Stanford School of Engineering.
Plenary Sessions

Madelene Stolpe, Head of Digital Strategy, Health, City of Oslo, Norway

Madelene Stolpe holds masters degrees in pedagogics and social science,  have studied leadership, innovation and organizational theory, along with being a trained journalist. Currently she is working as Head of digital strategy in The city of Oslo, where her aim is to give more power to the citizens and utilize technology to develop services that focus on solving the challenge, not applying the possible.
Track 3: Smart Cities

Kathleen Walch, Managing Partner, Principal Analyst, Cognilytica 

Kathleen is a principal analyst, managing partner, and founder of Cognilytica, an AI research and advisory firm, and co-host of the popular AI Today podcast. She is a serial entrepreneur, savvy marketer, AI and Machine Learning expert, and tech industry connector. Kathleen spent many years as the Content and Innovation Director for TechBreakfast, the largest monthly morning tech meetup in the nation with over 50,000 members and 3000+ attendees at the monthly events across the US.  In addition, she is a SXSW Innovation Awards Judge and AI / Hardware Meetup organizer. As a master facilitator and connector, who is well connected in the technology industry, Kathleen regularly meets with innovators in key markets and gets the opportunity to see the latest and newest technologies from game changing companies.
Seminar: Machine Learning & Deep Learning

Scot Whigham, CEO, Function (AI)
Scot Whigham is CEO of Function-AI and a visionary leader, with over 20+ years of AI, Technology, and Operations Experience. He is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a recognized business leader, focused on developing AI strategies and implementing AI for large enterprises. 

He has worked in IT Operations since 1998 managing IT Service Desk Support, Network/Telecommunications, database administration, software development, and data center operations. His current focus is on technology organizational strategy, digital workforce technology, and operational excellence through data analytics.
His main focus is to understand and solve big problems for his customers.
Prior to Function AI, Scot was Director of Global IT Service Support at InterContinental Hotel Group.
Mr. Whigham and his team at the Intercontinental Hotel Group won the Technology Association of Georgia’s 2017 Most Creative Solution and Product Launch of the Year awards for their cognitive technology platform strategy and deployment.

Daniel Wu, JD, PhD, Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer, Immuta

Dan Wu is Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer at Immuta, the leading data management platform for data science. He advises on data and AI regulations and combines law and technology to help companies navigate complex regulatory environments. 

Dan Wu received his JD/PhD from Harvard, with a research focus on urban innovation. He’s privacy counsel and legal engineer at a data management platform for artificial intelligence. Through this work, he’s engaged with governance and IT personnel of large multinational companies on data governance and published pieces in Dataversity, Tech Pro IT, and Healthcare Business Today. Dan holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a PhD candidacy in Social Policy and Sociology from Harvard Kennedy School.
Track 6: Compliance, Security & Trust

Mark Zannoni, Research Director, Smart Cities & Transportation, IDC

Mark Zannoni is Research Director for Smart Cities and Transportation within IDC’s Government Insights group, focusing on global transportation issues and key and emerging transportation technologies in the smart city ecosystem. Mark’s core research areas include mass transit, smart parking, connected vehicles, V2X and transportation infrastructure in the context of transportation innovation, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), global trends, economic development, and regulatory issues. His work covers all modes of transportation and their strategic application as they relate to smart cities worldwide.
Track 3: Smart Cities

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