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Description: The increasing adoption of AI and related technologies globally provides a massive opportunity for humanity. However, as is the case with any disruptive technology, there are also threats that introduce significant risks. Effectively managing these inherent risks is key to leveraging AI in a balanced way.

Panel Moderator: Taiye Lambo, Founder, HISPI AI Think Tank – Project Cerebellum


  • Angela Hinton, Education Working Group Lead, HISPI AI Think Tank – Project Cerebellum
  • Steve Hodges, Chief Information Security Officer, State of Georgia
  • Joye Purser, Field CISO, VERITAS


  • Significant Risks
  • Incredible Opportunities
  • AI as a Disruptive Technology
  • Leveraging AI in a Balanced Way

Goal: To educate the audience by hearing the perspective of panelists on each theme, WHICH one of the 3 camps (Threat/Opportunity/Both) they are in, and WHY.


  • Networking : 6:00pm – 6:30pm
    • hors d’oeuvres and beverages provided
  • Opening remarks: 6:30pm – 6:40pm
    • Ian Perry-Okpara, Information Security Officer at Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
    • Cassandra Dacus, Cyversity Atlanta Chapter President
  • Panel discussion: 6:40pm – 7:30pm
  • Closing remarks/Networking : 7:30pm – 8:00pm

*Please note: Registration is REQUIRED for attendance; anyone not registered by the end of the day on Friday, Februray 23rd will not be able to attend.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is a secure facility, and thus there are some registration and attendance requirements that MUST be followed:

  • Attendees must register using their government name
  • Indicate means of transportation to FRBA: Separate entrances for travel via public transportation or via personal vehicle. Onsite parking is available at no charge; however, cars are subject random vehicle check
  • A government issued ID is required for entrance to the facility


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