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      December Speaker Series: The Technology Backbone of Government’s 2020 Workforce in Washington


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      December 11, 2019

      Wednesday  11:30 AM

      701 7th St NW
      Washington, District of Columbia 20001

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      December Speaker Series: The Technology Backbone of Government’s 2020 Workforce

      Digital transformation is moving from the data center and the cloud to the individual government employee at work. Robotic process automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence are experiencing emerging use across the government. Can “smart” technologies make government smarter by shifting employees from low value to high value work by automating routine tasks?  This briefing will bring together government knowledge-leaders to explore how technology is shaping the workforce of 2020 and beyond.  This event is on the record. Speakers: TBD Learning Objectives: Define the cognitive technologies that are reshaping government work. Understand the drivers behind adoption of emerging technologies and efforts to re-skill government employees. Explain the White House American AI Initiative that is promoting trust, training people for a changing workforce, and protecting national interests, security and values.  Detail ways that the government is pushing the boundaries for computational power to streamline government performance.

      Categories: Politics & Activism

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