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Ethics and Artificial Intelligence

  • April 25, 2024
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Tulsa Downtown DoubleTree


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OK ETHICS Presents:

Ethics and Artificial Intelligence

Moderated by Scott Klososky


Downtown DoubleTree Hotel

616 W. 7th St.

Thursday, April 25th

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

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

Members: $50

Non-Members: $60


160 Balsamic Marinated Chicken Breast Mushroom Ragout, Fingerling Potatoes & Sauteed Zucchini, Freshly Baked Rolls with Butter

Iced Tea, Water & Fresh Brewed Coffee

Chocolate Ganache Cake and Carrot Cake

Recommended for 1 CPE in Technology 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 Description: 

    This is a panel discussion that covers the current state of AI, the impact in organizations, and the legal and regulatory future we will see soon. All of this through a filter of AI Ethics and the potential impacts on society and the economy.

    Key Takeaways: 

    1. The current state of AI progression and early risks and issues

    2. Information about the environment for AI tools inside of organizations

    3.Knowledge of the legal framework and regulatory development that is blossoming quickly

    4. Real-time interaction with panelists will allow questions/comments from the audience during the presentation.


    Scott Klososky | Founding Partner, Future Point of View

    • Founding Partner at Future Point of View LLC
    • Successful digital entrepreneur with multiple large exits
    • Author of Did God Create the Internet?, The Velocity Manifesto, Enterprise Social Technology, and Managing with Social Technology
    • Business Consultant to Fortune 500 corporations, universities & non-profits
    • Client list includes AICPA, Cisco, IBM, John Deere, eBay, The Hartford, Marriott, Chick-fil-A, ASIS, Key Bank, Accenture

    Marissa Blevins | Director of Human Resources, Williams

    Marissa has two decades of Human Resources experience within three organizations, providing her a wide breadth of knowledge in various areas such as candidate selection, learning and development, employee relations, workforce planning, and executive leadership consulting. Marissa has worked for both privately and publicly held organizations ranging in size from 3,500 employees to over 350,000 employees.

    She earned her Master of Business Administration from Clarkson University and her Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma State University. Marissa maintains her SHRM-SCP and is a certified coach. She volunteers her time by serving as Chair on the board of directors for The Tristesse Grief Center, a nonprofit organization that provides grief counseling services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Additionally, she serves on the Tulsa Community College Foundation Board of Trustees and is a member of Women’s Executive Board.

    Joshua M. Snavely | Of Counsel, McAfee & Taft

    Joshua Snavely is an attorney, Ivy League-trained cybersecurity and privacy expert, and homeland security policy analyst whose practice is devoted to advising clients across a broad range of industries with business and technology strategy, compliance and risk assessment, crisis management, and incident response. His work in these areas focus on business continuity, disaster recovery, and resilience planning, with a special focus on the impacts and risks associated with data protection and cybersecurity. Joshua’s experience includes proactively identifying and addressing internal and external threats to data, managing privacy and cybersecurity issues related to business transactions, and developing and implementing response plans for data breaches, ransomware attacks, and other cyber-incidents. He currently co-leads the firm Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Group.

    In the fast-paced and emerging fields of artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies, Joshua’s expertise includes technology assessment, compliance, and strategy.

    Joshua’s career experience and extensive study in the fields of cybersecurity, privacy, and homeland security law have earned him a national reputation as a thought leader and made him a sought-after speaker and trainer at regional, national and global events, including RSA Conference (the world’s largest cybersecurity conference), American Bar Association’s Homeland Security Law Institute, National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Conference, The National Summit on Homeland Security Law, the Oklahoma Small Business Development Network, and Roundtables at the Aspen Institute and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

    Prior to joining McAfee & Taft, Joshua served as the dean of the School of Business at Langston University, the western-most Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the United States, for five years. As dean and a senior administrator, Joshua also led the University’s crisis and emergency leadership team and recently directed all COVID-19 pandemic operations and response, including cybersecurity, physical security, technology management and operations. His career experience also includes service on the American Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, the National Initiative on Cybersecurity Education Working Group, and the inaugural Oklahoma Justice Commission. Joshua served as assistant dean for external relations at Oklahoma City University School of Law, the inaugural executive director of the Judge Alfred P. Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law and Policy, and as a law clerk in the Government Appellate Division of the U.S. Army. Joshua has also now launched inaugural cybersecurity courses and programs at three Oklahoma universities, including as an adjunct professor of cybersecurity law at the University of Oklahoma.

    Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium

    P.O. Box 3174

    Oklahoma City, OK 73101


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