A Free Virtual Interactive Series on Today’s Real-World Applications of Artificial Intelligence
Abundant Economies, Resilient Societies: How AI Delivers Human Benefit_
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
AI is not about man vs. machine. It’s about systems that can enable abundance and economic growth, leading to happier, more secure, and resilient societies. This virtual interactive session, presented by SparkCognition™, explores how AI is poised to reinvent the global supply chain by enabling distributed, more local and yet highly integrated systems of production and logistics.
By optimizing local production and supply and making it cost-competitive, AI systems can create new work opportunities in our towns and cities, enable greater national security, and deliver resilience against weather, pandemic, and economic shocks. Come join us to explore the new supply chain, powered by AI, at Time Machine: AI Sessions.
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Effective “Last Mile” logistics entail great complexity, with many moving parts and significant expense. Learn how businesses can reimagine their last mile operations with AI-powered scheduling, route optimization, autonomous terrestrial vehicles, and unmanned aerial systems to make transport safer, more reliable, and efficient for goods and people.
| Jon Damush, Senior Director of New Business Ventures, Boeing NeXt
| Dr. Tom Prevot, Director of Engineering for Airspace Systems, Uber Elevate
| Lisa Ellman, Partner at Hogan Lovells LLP, Executive Director of Commercial Drone Alliance
Unplanned downtime is a fact of life. But as consumer expectations keep rising, winning companies are hard at work continually reducing downtime that impacts their supply chain. Learn how predictive AI systems and autonomous control technologies provide the most significant opportunity to finally realize The Zero Downtime Enterprise.
| Padmanabha Rajagopalan (Gopal), Vice President of Strategic Sourcing and Transformation within Global Supply Chain, Verizon
| Mike Alvarado, Vice President, Growth and Sales Strategy, Jacobs Engineering
The old adage goes, “Amateurs discuss strategy, professionals talk logistics. ” There is no national defense without a resilient supply chain, yet high operational tempos and a shortage of qualified maintainers place increasing strain on legacy systems. AI-powered predictive maintenance ensures platform readiness so that military personnel can meet the demands of assigned missions.
| Secretary Lisa Disbrow, Former Under Secretary of the United States Air Force
| Major Alex Goldberg, Chief Innovation Officer of the Texas Military Department; DARPA Fellow for the Air Force Chief of Staff