Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are changing the landscape of global cybersecurity, they allow analyzing large volumes of risk data to speed up response time, identify user behavior patterns and increase security operations.
NAP del Caribe has been a pioneer and benchmark in the region in the use of Artificial Intelligence tools applied to cybersecurity.
In order to share our experience and use cases, NAP del Caribe has been invited by the Atlantic Council GeoTech Center and the Office of Cyberspace and Digital Policy of the United States Department of State to the AI CONNECT event, to be held in the city from São Paulo, Brazil, from July 20 to 22, 2022.
CONNECT IA seeks to foster the responsible stewardship of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in line with the principles of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which enables low- and middle-income countries to participate more effective in the global multistakeholder conversation on artificial intelligence (AI) policy.
For NAP del Caribe team, it is an honor and at the same time a great commitment to represent the Dominican Republic, before a network of government officials, academics and industry professionals from emerging economies, as well as like-minded advanced economies that are influential in the global AI community.
Mrs. Maria Waleska Álvarez, executive president of NAP del Caribe, will present the use case in the framework of an academic panel together with Mr. Esteban Meneses, director of the National Advanced Computing Collaboratory of Costa Rica, Mr. Rodrigo Durán, director of the National Center for Artificial Intelligence (CENIA), moderated by Mrs. Emily Sespico, Project Assistant, GeoTech Center, Atlantic Council.