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Ethics & Artificial Intelligence in Changing Times

  • September 28, 2023
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CST)
  • Tulsa Downtown DoubleTree Hotel


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OK ETHICS Presents:

Ethics & Artificial Intelligence in Changing Times

LtGen Michael Groen, (Ret.), 

United States Marine Corps


Downtown DoubleTree Hotel

616 W. 7th St.

Thursday, September 28th

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Premium Members: Free for the number of pre-paid registrants included in membership

Members: $40

Non-Members: $50

Recommended for 1 CPE in Ethics at the basic level.

The program is suitable at the basic level for individuals who have routine interactions with others that could potentially lead to contentious conversations. OK ETHICS makes no guarantees as it is up to the individual practitioner to determine relevance to their specific area of practice.

    Program Topics:

    1. Ethics and People

    2. Ethics and Organizations

    3. Ethics and Technological Change

    About the Speaker:

    Michael served over 36 years in the U.S. military, culminating his career as the Director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, and the senior executive for AI in the Department of Defense. He previously served at the National Security Agency, overseeing Computer Network Operations, and as the Director of Joint Staff Intelligence (JSJ2), working closely with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Secretary of Defense and Senior Leaders across the Department. Groen is an experienced Marine commander and multi-tour combat veteran. He is the author of, With the First Marine Division in Iraq, No Greater Friend, No Worse Enemy

    Michael is an experienced change-agent, with a penchant for modernizing capabilities, integrating technology, and adapting organizations and cultures. He has earned Master’s Degrees in  Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics from the Naval Postgraduate  School. Today, he seeks to inform transformational change in defense  technology, intelligence and information capabilities against the  backdrop of an accelerating pace of digitally enabled warfare, rapidly modernizing opponents, and challenges to American competitiveness.  Michael grew up in Michigan and attended Calvin College. He is married  with three grown sons.

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