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As artificial intelligence becomes integral to various government sectors and missions, federal mandates require agencies to prioritize security in their technological adoption. The recent Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development of AI has further clarified the government’s use of artificial intelligence, further underscoring the need to better leverage cutting-edge technologies without sacrificing security.

In the second of a two-part series, GovExec and Google Public Sector discuss the 2024 outlook for AI and technical excellence in government. With an ever evolving, complex threat landscape, leaders must strike the balance between innovation and security. Learning from exclusive data from across the public sector — and insights from a government expert — this program will explore the technical tools, skills and training necessary to integrate responsible AI practices into existing security systems within the public sector. Join GovExec and Google Public Sector for this webcast exploring responsible and secure AI for federal technical excellence — and the role industry partners can play.

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Frank Indiviglio

Chief Technology Officer

NOAA

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Frank Indiviglio

Chief Technology Officer

NOAA

Frank Indiviglio became NOAA’s Chief Technology Officer in April of 2022. In this role, Frank leads the development of technology and innovation programs across NOAA. Frank also leads research and evaluation of emerging technologies to strengthen NOAA’s ability to accelerate its ability to conduct its mission through technology.

Frank has more than 20 years of experience in technology leadership spanning high performance computing, cloud services, media, infrastructure, and enterprise services. Before becoming the CTO, Frank was the Deputy Director of the High Performance Computing and Communications Program at NOAA. He has also held roles at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Columbia and Cornell Universities, and within industry at HPTi and Silicon Graphics.

Frank holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems from Drexel University

 

Addie Cooke

Global AI Public Policy Lead for Enterprise AI

Google

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Addie Cooke

Global AI Public Policy Lead for Enterprise AI

Google

Addie Cooke is the global AI public policy lead for enterprise AI at Google. In this role she leads Google Cloud's engagements on current and emerging AI policy files. She advises customer and product teams across the organization on forthcoming AI regulatory and standards. She works closely with cross-functional teams, including Responsible AI, Legal, and Human Rights, on product launches, technology partnerships, and customer engagements. Addie previously worked at Accenture and Workday in similar roles and supported the legislative effort to establish the NIST AI Risk Management Framework. 

Before working in AI policy, Addie held policy, press, and research positions in the Texas Legislature and the United States Senate. Following the Senate, she helped lead a campaign to support the Obama Administration's reestablishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba. Addie previously served in AmeriCorps Vista working with youth in East Los Angeles public housing, and is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer where she served a full term working with youth in El Salvador. 

Addie holds a BA from the University of Texas at Austin and MPP from the University of Virginia. Outside of work, she serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children. 

 

George Jackson

Moderator

GovExec

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George Jackson

Moderator

GovExec

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