The GeoTech Center is pleased to host a private webinar for the military and federal civilian communities on Tuesday, July 25 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm EDT as part of a series of events to help Departments and Agencies build better data strategies and systems for artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled mission and citizen services.

This event is closed to the press.

This 90-minute, rapid-fire webinar will bring together military and federal civilian leaders to highlight and discuss the opportunities and challenges to scaling data-intensive AI pilot efforts in the DoD and IC more broadly in a coordinated, enterprise-wide strategy. This no-cost, private webinar is open to all service members and federal civilian employees. Q&A for the registered participants will be offered throughout the webinar.


  • Brief perspectives from the private sector by Maggie Smith, Managing Director, Applied Intelligence Lead, Accenture Federal Services.
  • A panel bringing together DoD and IC leaders currently working to scale AI-enabled applications, featuring:
    – Lynne Graves, Chief, AI Division, Air Force
    – Rachael Martin, Maven Office Director, NGA
    – Bharat Patel, Product Lead, Project Linchpin – Sensor AI, Army PEO for IEW&S
    – Jane Pinelis (discussion leader), Chief AI Engineer, Johns Hopkins University APL
  • A second panel convening experts from DoD and IC innovation activities to discuss what’s coming next and what program, data, and mission owners can do to be ready, featuring:
    – Jessica Dymond, VP of Technology, In-Q-Tel
    – Kathleen Fisher, Director of I20, DARPA
    – Justin Norman, Acting Technical Director, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, DIU
    – Natalie Barrett (moderator), Nonresident Senior Fellow, GeoTech Center, Atlantic Council

To join this webinar, please register using the form above. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a calendar invitation and link for this online event. Please contact Coley Felt ( with any questions.

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