Join us for an enlightening one-hour panel discussion, where we delve into the transformative power of generative AI and its profound implications across key sectors on a statewide level. Our expert panelists will unravel the human complexities of Generative AI, exploring its dynamic influence on education, cybersecurity, and private industry.
Education Evolution: Discover how generative AI is reshaping the landscape of education, from personalized learning experiences to adaptive curriculum design. Explore the future of education where AI becomes a collaborative partner in fostering creativity, innovation, and individualized student success.
Securing Tomorrow: Unearth the role of generative AI in fortifying the digital frontier. Our cybersecurity experts will dissect the nuances of AI-driven threat detection, response, and prevention. Learn how this cutting-edge technology is revolutionizing the battle against cyber threats and enhancing the resilience of organizations in the private sector.
Industry Revolution: Gain insights into how generative AI is catalyzing a paradigm shift in private industries. From streamlining processes and enhancing productivity to driving innovation, our panelists will illuminate the myriad ways businesses are leveraging generative AI to gain a competitive edge.
Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and learn answers to some of the questions many of us are asking:
- What is Generative AI?
- How does Generative AI work?
- What needs to be considered before using AI?
- How do I get started?
Understand the pivotal role generative AI plays in shaping the future of education, cybersecurity, and private industry, in our great state. Join the conversation, ask questions, and be part of the transformation!
Meet the Speakers
Lillie advises clients on a wide array of matters related to data privacy, cybersecurity, technology licensing and procurement, digital advertising and technology, as well as due diligence in these areas in M&A transactions. She offers deep experience in global privacy and protection and working with clients who are implementing privacy programs under CCPA/CPRA, LGPD, GDPR, and other international regulations. Lillie also assists clients with cyber incident prevention and response and crisis management, as clients respond to and remediate cyber security events.
Multifaceted, innovative IT executive with a passion for complex, high quality systems. Proven ability to merge business needs with emerging disruptive technologies to drive pro-active development of world-class solutions. Dynamic senior leader who successfully unites culturally diverse, geographically dispersed teams. Veteran in all phases of solution management. MIT and Harvard educated.
Kathi is a graduate of Cardinal Stritch University and has over 25 years of experience in business and IT. She has worked in various industries both locally and globally. Presently she is the Director of Information Security at U.S. Venture. Prior to information security, she was in sales and marketing and was a small business owner with her husband.
Kathi is a founding member of Women in Technology, Wisconsin, played a key role in the development of the WIT4Girls pillar, and previously served as Secretary on the State Board. She volunteers her time as an advocate for cyber security with smaller businesses and schools. She was a speaker at 2018’s SANS Security Awareness Summit. She has earned several coins, including one for participation in Wisconsin’s 3-day simulation event, Operation Dark Sky. She is passionate about information security and helping everyone become cyber savvy.
Matt Green is a Web and Software Developer Instructor at WCTC. Before that he was computer programmer and worked in Organizational Development for technical staff at Metavante (FIN Tech). This last year, Matt has been among the staff that worked on WCTC’s new associate degree in AI which is the first of its kind in Wisconsin.
Dr. Green’s education includes Computer Science, managing computer systems, developing and delivering curriculums using technology, ministry in the context of education, and Machine Learning. He has spoken at conference on topics including web development using WordPress, enhancing the student experience through technology while studying abroad, and Using Tolkien’s writings to help us navigate the adoption of technology.
When Matt is not studying or teaching about technology, he is probably grilling, baking, or hanging out with his wife and college age daughters.
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