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Rick Perry currently serves as the 14th United States Secretary of Energy. He leads an agency tasked with maintaining a safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent and reducing the threat of nuclear proliferation, overseeing the United States’ energy supply, carrying out the environmental clean-up from the Cold War nuclear mission, and managing the 17 National Laboratories, home to the country’s best scientists and engineers.
Dr. John E. Kelly III has nearly four decades of experience innovating and leading in the Information Technology industry. During this time, he has played numerous significant technical and business roles driving IBM’s leadership in technologies ranging from semiconductors to supercomputers to Artificial Intelligence cognitive systems.
The Honorable Paul M. Dabbar, Under Secretary for Science, serves as the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) principal advisor on fundamental energy research, energy technologies, and science, driving this mission through programs including nuclear and high energy particle physics, basic energy, advanced computing, fusion, and biological and environmental research, and direct management over a majority of DOE’s national labs and their world-leading user facilities.
Dr. Colin Parris has been the Vice President, Software and Analytics Research at GE Research since 2014. He is responsible for all of the industrial analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and software systems research for the General Electric Company. He also created and leads the Digital Twin Initiative across the General Electric Company.
Rebecca Willett is a Professor of Statistics and Computer Science at the University of Chicago. Her research is focused on machine learning, signal processing, and large-scale data science.
Michael Kratsios advises President Donald J. Trump on a broad range of technology policy issues and drives United States technology priorities and strategic initiatives. Under his leadership, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy encourages the development of emerging technologies in the United States, empowers American companies to commercialize and adopt new technologies, and improves and expands access to the tools necessary for Americans to succeed in the 21st century economy.
American leadership in Artificial Intelligence (AI) is critical to driving innovation and maintaining our nation’s economic competitiveness. Today, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories house four of the ten fastest and most powerful supercomputers in the world, uniquely positioning DOE to redefine what is possible in AI.
DOE established its Artificial Intelligence Program (DOE AI) to harness and accelerate the Department’s world-class leadership in high-performance computing, facilities, and team science in applying AI across the entire National Laboratory system to increase the pace of discovery in energy, materials science, health care, transportation, and beyond.
InnovationXLab: Artificial Intelligence, hosted by Argonne National Laboratory, is the fourth in DOE’s InnovationXLab series: a showcase of the remarkable assets and capabilities of the Department’s National Laboratories. These summits facilitate a two-way exchange of information and ideas between industry, universities, investors, and end-use customers with Lab innovators and experts.
The Summit convenes industry leaders at The Drake Hotel in Chicago from the energy, transportation, manufacturing, and health care sectors, public officials, and researchers from the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories, to discuss how advanced artificial intelligence tools and techniques can support business transformation and drive economic growth.
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