The Technology Foresight Forum was hosted earlier this year by the Stevens Institute of Technology Maritime Security Center (MSC)—a US Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Center of Excellence—and the NY/NJ Regional Metro Alumni Chapter of the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS). This forum brought together a broad base of representatives from the public, private, and government sectors to engage in discourse on the capabilities and potential implications of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and autonomous vehicles on safety, security, and public policy.
In addition to presenting at the forum, NJOHSP took Intelligence. Unclassified. on the road to talk to some of the forum participants, see how technology impacts each of their organizations, and learn what they hoped to get out of these artificial intelligence-related panels.
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Mr. Raymond Bisogno retired after more than 20 years as a civilian planner and analyst for the New Jersey State Police, having worked in various assignments throughout his career, including radiological preparedness, grants administration, and duty in the State Emergency Operations Center. Immediately prior to his retirement, he served as Senior Policy Advisor on the command staff in the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management. Much of his work focused on joint initiatives and integration with homeland security and intelligence partners in the New Jersey Regional Operations Intelligence Center (ROIC) and the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP).
Deputy Chief Tracy Frazzano is a 20-year member of the Montclair Police Department. During her career, she has performed uniformed and plain clothes duties in the Patrol Division, Juvenile Aid, and Community Policing bureaus. Tracy made history with the Montclair Police Department as its first female Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Deputy Chief. A 2010 graduate of the Center at the Naval Postgraduate School, she earned a Master of Arts Degree in Security Studies. Her thesis was nominated for the Outstanding Thesis Award and in 2011, she was honored with the CDHS Alumni Fellowship, which detailed her to Washington, DC, working for the US Department of Homeland Security.