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SCCE Aerospace, Defense & Government Contracting Compliance & Ethics Conference

The Roles and Responsibilities of Ethics and Compliance
Professionals in Addressing A.I. Risks

1:15 PM CT – 2:15 PM CT

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Learning Objectives:

  • AI-related guiding principles have proliferated (e.g., Google, the W.H., DoD, FTC)
  • While AI laws/regs pose risk, AI principles offer ethical standards, guidance
  • We will compare AI principles’ suitability for E&C/ESG issues (at demand & supply-side A&D firms)


Henry Thaggert
Northrop Grumman Corporation

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Michael K. Atkinson
Crowell & Morning LLP

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Evi Fuelle
Global Policy Director, Credo AI

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James Baker
Director of the SU Institute for Security Policy and Law, Syracuse University College of Law and The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
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