The best and brightest minds in government and industry, fueled by partnerships and unprecedented R&D funding, are collaborating to push boundaries and accelerate innovation. Next-generation cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, quantum computing … what will we be able to do tomorrow that we can’t do today?
New and Next: The Government Tech Renaissance was held in Washington, D.C. on December 8. Watch the event on-demand to see government leaders and industry experts discuss the latest emerging technologies and trends, engage in innovative demonstrations, and present the best use cases from across the Federal ecosystem.
The event covered:
- How the CHIPS and Science Act funding is being used to strengthen America’s standing as a global leader in the technologies of tomorrow
- Strategies that government agencies can use to overcome technical, organizational and workforce barriers to achieve successful AI enterprise implementation
- The innovations in collaboration, security and access that will support the workforce of tomorrow
- How policy and technology are coming together to beat bad actors with next-generation cybersecurity, and how the next-generation cybersecurity workforce is tapping into innovation and automation
- The potential of quantum computing and where we stand in the research roadmap, as well as the benefits and implications the technology will have on government
- The progress agencies have made to meet the mandates in the CX EO and the innovations that are powering better government service delivery and citizen engagement
The CHIPS and Science Act delivers billions in crucial research and development funding that will strengthen America’s standing as a global leader in the technologies of tomorrow, including nanotechnology, clean energy, quantum computing, and artificial intelligence. Industry is jumping in to do their part, with plans to invest in wireless innovations and the American production of semiconductors that form the foundation of everything from household appliances to defense systems. Hear about the R & D collaboration between the public and private sectors and how together they are building the roadmap for what is new and next in technology.
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence called on Federal leaders to double research and development spending on artificial intelligence (AI) to $32 billion by FY2026. While Federal agencies are exploring AI, moving from pilot projects to enterprise implementation has been a challenge. In this Fireside Chat, we’ll talk about how to overcome the technical, organizational, and workforce barriers to successful enterprise implementation.
With remote and hybrid working environments here to stay, innovative technologies are connecting colleagues across the globe and changing how everyone works. We’ll assess the new and next innovations in collaboration, security, and access that will support the workforce of tomorrow.
Cyber threats are constantly advancing, but so too are the cybersecurity policies, tools, and techniques that protect our nation’s most critical infrastructure and assets. See how policy and technology are coming together to beat back bad actors – and how the next-generation cybersecurity workforce is tapping into innovation and automation — driving towards greater security resiliency that is needed to withstand unpredictable threats and emerge stronger.
The race is on to be the global innovation leader in quantum computing. Seizing the potential to solve the world’s most complex problems, the government and private sector are collaborating and investing heavily in research and development to explore and define what’s new and next in this emerging discipline. Join us to discuss where we are on the quantum research roadmap and the benefits – and implications – this promising tech will have on government.
The Executive Order on Transforming the Federal Customer Experience and Service Delivery to Rebuild Trust in Government (CX EO) was a call to action for Federal agencies to meet growing demands from the American public for more effective and equitable interactions with government. We’ll explore the progress agencies have made to meet the mandates in the CX EO, as well as the innovations that are powering better government service delivery and citizen engagement.
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