Digital Disruption Topic of WI Assembly Hearing
Artificial Intelligence’s Role in Wisconsin Economy
Madison – Digital disruption and advancing artificial intelligence (AI) in Wisconsin will be the topic at a March 20 informational hearing in front of the Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy. Representatives from Marquette University, Wisconsin Bankers Association, Brown County and more will testify on the role AI and Digital Disruption will play in moving Wisconsin’s economy forward.
The Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy will be holding an informational hearing on the role AI and Digital Disruption will play in moving Wisconsin’s economy forward. Advancing AI Wisconsin members will testify that day.
Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy
Committee Chair: Representative Adam Neylon
Advancing AI Wisconsin members at the hearing will include:
- Michael Semmann, Wisconsin Bankers Association
- Oliver Buechse, MyStrategySource
- Kurt Hahlbeck, Hugo Enterprises
- Kathy Henrich, Masters in Workforce Development, LSU
- Laura Schmidt, New Berlin School District
- Heather Sullivan, Marquette University
- Taralinda Willis, Curate
- Elaine Stephens, Breakthrough Fuel
- Troy Streckenbach, Brown County
Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy hearing
412 East, State Capitol Building
March 20, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
Advancing AI Wisconsin members will be available to answer questions from the media.
The Wisconsin Bankers Association is the state’s largest financial industry trade association, representing nearly 250 commercial banks and savings institutions, their nearly 2,300 branch offices and 23,000 employees.
Advancing AI Wisconsin is a grassroots initiative to increase awareness of a set of technologies often referred to as “Digital Disruption Technologies” and their impact on Wisconsin businesses, workforce needs, educational programming, and the State overall.