Artificial Intelligence & Cyber Security: Challenges and Opportunities for Government

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Networking Reception
Sunday, 24 March 2019, 6:00PM-8:00PM

We are pleased to hold our pre-Industry Day a special get together event with the Trusted Suppliers Industry Networking Reception on Sunday evening. Please come and join us for some food and drinks (2 drink tickets included), meet your industry peers and friends, just have some good time prior to Monday’s full agenda conference. 

All GOMACTech 2019 registrants are invited to the Sunday Evening Reception!

Trusted Supplier Industry Day at GOMACTech 2019 Monday, 25 2019, 8:30AM – 5:00PM
Ruidoso & San Miguel Room
Albuquerque Convention Center

The 10th Trusted Supplier Industry Day is planned to be an interactive event with an opportunity for all attendees to provide input to three strategic issues facing our community. With a theme of “Leveraging Trust for Emerging Microelectronics Challenges”, the day will begin with a keynote speaker followed by a panel of government microelectronics program managers and technology developers. We will then breakout into three groups to discuss predetermined strategic issues – the interactive part of the meeting gets underway a bit later when the attendees reassemble to present their thoughts. All attendees will have an opportunity to comment on findings and ask questions of the presenters by using the Slido app. Please join us for what will certainly be a lively discussion on important microelectronics issues!

Keynote Address
Tuesday, 26 March 2019, 8:45AM – 9:30
AM Kiva Auditorium Albuquerque Convention Center

Predictive Analytics from Massive Streaming Data
David. A. Bader, Professor
Chair, School of Computational Science and Engineering College of Computing,
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

In this emerging era of analytics, nearly every government and industry sector envisions superiority by real-time decision making from torrential streams of data. Predictive analytics leverages the investments in new computer architectures purpose-built for data-intensive workloads from artificial intelligence and machine learning. In real-world challenges such as understanding financial transactions in digital currencies, finding new communities in social networks, increasing power grid resiliency, and protecting us from cyberattack, graphs are a natural representation for connecting information. In this talk, Prof. Bader, one of the nation's leading experts in massive-scale graph analytics, will discuss his Spatio-Temporal Interaction Networks and Graphs (STING) initiative that supports new technologies for finding interesting patterns and features in these critical knowledge graphs from homeland security and national defense. In addition, these problems often require rethinking computer architecture, and Dr. Bader will share his experience with design of new systems in several DARPA programs including Power Efficiency Revolution For Embedded Computing Technologies (PERFECT) and Hierarchical Identify Verify Exploit (HIVE).