March 20

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From Recovery to Resiliency: Disaster Management in the Era of Benevolent AI

2017 was the most expensive year on record for natural disasters. From the hurricanes in Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida to the wildfires in California, these disasters left a severe impact on the economy and, most importantly, on the people living in these communities. In the wake of massive recovery efforts, more government officials are asking what mitigation steps they can take now to get ahead of events like these.

Join us on March 20 at 11AM PST to learn how. This hour-long webinar will discuss how new innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning can help governments better prepare for and respond to major disasters.

On the webinar, we will also cover:
• Issues communities face with the increasing severity and frequency of natural disasters
• How cities are applying AI and machine learning to mitigate the impact of extreme weather events
• Actions to take to build sustainable, resilient communities


Craig Fugate

Craig Fugate

Former Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency and Chief Emergency Management Officer, One Concern, Inc.

Aram Sahakian

Aram Sahakian

General Manager of the Emergency Management Department (EMD), City of Los Angeles

Ray Mueller

Ray Mueller

Ray Mueller, Vice President of Government, One Concern, Inc.

Mark Funkhouser

Mark Funkhouser — Moderator

Publisher, Governing