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Event Recap March 10, 2021

Event recap | Artificial intelligence, the internet, and the future of data: Where will we be in 2045?

By the GeoTech Center

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Event description

This special edition of the GeoTech Hour pulls from a keynote address originally provided as an AI World Society Distinguished Lecture at the United Nations Headquarters on United Nations Charter Day June 26th, 2019 by Dr. David Bray, the current inaugural director for the GeoTech Center.

The address looks towards 2045: rapid technological change, global questions of governance, and the future of human co-existence. Made relevant even more by the events of 2020, this video will set the stage for a second special GeoTech Hour segment celebrating our first anniversary on March 11, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.


David Bray, PhD
Director, GeoTech Center
Atlantic Council

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Event recap | Women’s leadership in the GeoTech Decade

By the GeoTech Center

The start of the Geotech Decade has had disproportionate impacts on women and has shown the need for women’s leadership worldwide. Women however currently only make up 26 percent of workers in data and AI roles, 15 percent in engineering, and 12 percent in cloud computing. In this episode of the GeoTech Hour, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow Stephanie Wander discuss leadership in the GeoTech Decade with the four women leading the GeoTech Commission.

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