October 4, 2016

Breakout Session 2.4  |  Leveraging Machine Intelligence and Autonomous Systems to Deliver Results 3:15  -  4:15 Breakout Session 2.4  |  Leveraging Machine Intelligence and Autonomous Systems to Deliver Results

Breakout Session 2.4 | Leveraging Machine Intelligence and Autonomous Systems to Deliver Results

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Devanand Shenoy
Paul Brubaker
Thomas Reed

Artificial Intelligence is the discipline of thinking machines. The field is growing dramatically with the proliferation of high powered computers into home and business and especially with the growing importance of self-driving cars, robots, smartphones, and other technologies. The expanding uses of AI are considered by some to be threatening human jobs across multiple industries; however, most agree the contributions will be positive and will only accelerate. A key risk to mitigate with AI is the lack of any security models for AI capability. Expect the panel to address this challenge.

Panelists will discuss questions such as:

  • How is Artificial Intelligence being used in enterprises today?
  • How can Artificial Intelligence assist the workforce in getting their jobs done?
  • Will there be workforce displacement in the enterprise? What fields are at risk?
  • Is there a need for security models in the field of AI?

CompTIA CEU credits
1 credit A+, Net+, Security+, CASP

Session Category :  Track 2: Getting Results from Innovation