Dr. Andrew Jenkins, Chief Data Scientist of Data 2 Insights for Maxar Technologies, Announced as Panelist for Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Intel Summit on July 31st

Jeff Brody

Dr. Andrew Jenkins, the chief data scientists of Data 2 Insights for Maxar Technologies, will be featured as an expert panelist during for Potomac Officers Club’s 6th Annual Intel Summit on July 31st. He will be joined by Linda Foster of Lockheed Martin and Alexander Miller of the U.S. Army. Don’t wait to register for tomorrow’s summit. Click here to register for the 2019 Intel Summit. 

During the 2019 Intel Summit, GovCon leaders from the public and private sector will discuss the top priorities and initiatives from intelligence agencies as the emergence of innovative technologies continues to change the landscape. During the summit, our speakers will address the impact technology is making on the intelligence community and how to stay ahead of the curve. 

Dr. Jenkins joined Maxar Technologies as the chief data scientist in October 2013. He has over 17 years of mission focused GEOINT experience with the Department of Defense and the intelligence community. Along with his team, Dr. Jenkins has been successfully applying deep learning algorithms to GEOINT and delivering automated results to analyst almost daily for three years. 

Dr. Jenkins oversees dozens of data scientists across multiple IC and DoD programs/projects applying deep learning techniques to various GEOINT imageries. Dr. Jenkins developed the original deep learning algorithm and application, which later evolved into the scalable DeepCore framework. He’s also has served in numerous military, civilian, and academic positions.

John Edwards of the CIA, Joshua Skule of the FBI and 2019 Wash100 Award recipients Vice Adm. Robert Sharp of the NGA and Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley of DIA will serve as keynote speakers for Potomac Officers Club’s 6th Annual Intel Summit on July 31st. 

Register for POC’s Intel Summit right here.

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