Exploring an AI Engineering Body of Knowledge
In this webcast, Carol Smith, Carrie Gardner, and Michael Mattarock discuss maturing artificial intelligence (AI) practices based on our current body of knowledge. Much as it did for software engineering in the 1980s, the SEI has begun formalizing the field of AI engineering, beginning with identifying three fundamental pillars to guide AI engineering: human-centered, scalable, and robust and secure. Watch to learn more about these pillars and how they can be used to help national defense and security agencies adopt and develop AI.
Attendees Will Learn About:
- Identifying the tenets of AI engineering
- Assessing novel AI knowledge areas
- Expanding the reach of systems and software engineering
About the Speaker
Carol Smith is a senior research scientist in human-machine interaction in the SEI AI Division. In this role Smith contributes to research and development focused on improving user experiences (UX) and interactions with the nation’s AI systems, robotics, and other complex and emerging technologies. Smith’s research includes human-computer interaction (HCI), …Read more