THE IMPACT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (A.I.) IN THE STATE OF HAWAII
News Release from Legislative Small Business Caucus September 6, 2019
The Small Business Caucus is hosting the first-ever panel of speakers at the Hawaii State Capitol to discuss the future of A.I. in Hawaii's economy. The event will feature experts from the military, private, education, and public sectors to answer questions such as:
- Will Amazon deliver packages by drones?
- How soon will we see driverless cars on our freeways?
- Will my job be replaced by a robot?
- How will A.I. influence the way we live in the future?
- How will A.I. be used in war?
Light refreshments will be provided.
WHAT: Key stakeholders that will discuss the future of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in the State of Hawaii
WHEN: Tuesday, September 10, 2019, 11:00am to 1:30pm
WHERE: Hawaii State Capitol, Conference Room 309
· Representative Gene Ward and Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say – Co-Chairs, House Small Business Caucus
· David Ma – Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Hawaii
· Ted Ralston – Director of Unmanned Aerial Systems, University of Hawaii
· Col. Mike Boutet, USAF – Director of Air and Cyberspace Operations, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
· Dave Rolf – Executive Director, Hawaii Auto Dealers Association (invited)
KITV: Lawmakers discuss how artificial intelligence could impact Hawaii's workforce