You are cordially invited to a seminar on the topic of:
Mr. Fritz Barth
Wednesday, January 6th
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Cost: $375 per person
About the seminar: This virtual seminar will provide a fundamental understanding of how artificial intelligence and cyber tools will affect the global battlefield in the years to come. The seminar will begin by exploring the current status of artificial intelligence technology, the published cyber capabilities of international actors, and the current United States cyber strategy. Then the seminar will take a look at the projected abilities of artificial intelligence and its implications for warfare, based on released statements by both the private sector and government actors.
About the instructor: Fritz Barth currently supports the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence in the management of defense intelligence priorities. Experienced planner, system engineer and project manager familiar with working at a strategic level. Extensive experience meeting operational and intelligence considerations. Career Marine Corps intelligence officer. Used to working in a fast-paced high-stakes environment responding to vague and changing requirements. Operational and analytical understanding of how to formulate and achieve desired endstate based on broad and incomplete guidance. Possesses the technical ability to assess feasibility of optimal technical approach and identify and manage program risk. CISSP with particular expertise in INFOSEC operations, risk assessment and business continuity planning (BCP).
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