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The Office of Public Policy Events seeks to be a steward of education and civic engagement by providing opportunities for open discussion and debate on current public policy issues. These events are designed to provide a wide range of viewpoints and perspectives on relevant public policy issues through group forums and debates. Each debate or group forum will include speakers that represent widely held views from divergent and opposing perspectives. These events are open to the public.

Navigating the Future: AI's Role in Reshaping the Workforce

Tuesday, April 16, 2024
UWF Commons Auditorium & Zoom Webinar
5:30pm Reception | 6:00pm Forum

The UWF Office of Public Policy Events is hosting a community group forum discussing the current and future implications of AI’s role in reshaping the workforce on April 16 in the UWF Commons Auditorium. The implications are already being felt in several industries including, military, healthcare, marketing and business. Area leaders and AI experts have been invited to engage in a robust conversation about the implications of AI. This event is open to the community with a reception beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the forum beginning at 6 p.m.


Dr. Brent Venable, Director, UWF Intelligent Systems and Robotics


Dr. Guillermo Francia, Director, UWF Center for Cybersecurity

Megan Ingraham, Senior Vice President, Navy Federal Credit Union

Lloyd Reshard, CEO, Cognitive Big Data Systems

Christian Hendrick, Lead Associate, Booz, Allen, Hamilton

In-Person RSVP               Zoom Webinar RSVP