Come and Join EM Weekly and our panel of experts on the Emerging Technologies that will improve the Emergency Managers ability to plan for and respond to the threats that face our communities.
Emerging technologies present even greater opportunities to make our emergency management systems more intelligent, secure, and effective. Today, artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), and blockchain offer the potential to generate, transmit and read emergency-related data for better decision-making in crises.
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Gregory T. Brunelle-Director of Global Engagement for One Concern, the company that is leading AI enabled resilience strategy that strengthens communities, protects people, places and assets, and rewards smarter infrastructure investments.
Desi Matel-Anderson is the Chief Wrangler of FIT and CEO of the Global Disaster Innovation Group, LLC. Desi is the first and former Chief Innovation Advisor at FEMA and Think Tank Strategic Vision Coordinator. During her tenure at FEMA, she led the first innovation team down to Hurricane Sandy to provide real-time problem-solving in disaster response and recovery and ran think tanks nation-wide to cultivate innovation in communities.
Elijah Fergason- co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Disaster Technologies Disaster Technologies intends to become a leader within the software development field - to be known for our groundbreaking technology and cost-effective products utilizing AI/machine learning, big data, blockchain technology, as well as proprietary and open-source data. We are proud to be members of NVIDIA’s “Startup Incubator” and “AI/Deep Learning Developer” programs. Through this prestigious membership, Disaster Technologies is privy to the latest techniques in designing, training, and deploying neural network-powered machine learning in its programs and applications.
Mary Jo Flynn-Nevins- Chair of the Virtual Social Media Working Group (VSMWG) has the aim of providing recommendations on the safe and sustainable use of social media technologies before, during and after emergencies. The group was organized under the direction of the Science and Technology's First Responders Technologies (R-Tech) program. I was selected by my peers to serve as co-chair for the 2014-2015 service year and as chair for 2015-2016. After Public Law 114-80 was passed, the VSMWG was re-named the Social Media Working Group for Emergency Services and Disaster Management (SMWG)
Registration will be opening soon for May