2024 Session
10:15 am - 11 am, Tuesday, September 24
DHS and the Emerging Quantum AI Landscape

The DHS Office of Cyber, Infrastructure, Risk and Resilience Policy works at the forefront of emerging technology integration and risk mitigation for the U.S. Government. While AI development has progressed rapidly, it still faces limitations and hurdles to maximize computing power and algorithm optimization. Quantum-enabled AI systems have the power to unlock future advancements in these AI/ML technologies, and research into this new frontier is just beginning. DHS Policy aims to support critical infrastructure and industry partners as they prepare for quantum AI by presenting all-hazards risk analysis frameworks and providing guidelines for emerging technology that foster innovation.

Learning Objectives:

  • At the end of this session, participants will understand how quantum-enabled AI/ML technologies can lead to transformative leaps in AI development, and the new risks this will introduce
  • At the end of this session, participants will understand how DHS Policy is approaching its role in developing risk analysis frameworks for AI/ML to guide critical infrastructure and private industry stakeholders in the development and implementation of emerging disruptive technologies
  • At the end of this session, participants will better understand the implications of emerging quantum technology, including quantum sensing and quantum neural network models, on AI-enabled technology advancements
Get in touch
Get in touch
Customer Service
For any and all inquiries please click the button below
Speaking Opportunities

Tim Garon
Director, Event Content and Strategy

InfoSec World
Stay Informed
Join our mailing list for the latest news on InfoSec World 2024.