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Public sector sessions you won’t want to miss at Next ‘23!

We’re excited to see many of you back in person for Next ‘23, Google’s global exhibition of inspiration, innovation, and education, at San Francisco’s Moscone Center from August 29-31. With 250 breakout and training sessions and more than 200 partner exhibits, Next ‘23 is the place to be for developers, researchers, and decision-makers committed to an accessible, scalable, socially responsible cloud.

For those joining us from the public sector, there will be great opportunities to learn how our latest advances at the intersection of AI and security can advance the mission, improve operations, and enhance constituent services. 

Get inspired and join these public sector breakouts:

Supercharging the Public Sector with AI: Learn how the United States Department of Defense (DoD), California GovOps, and the Hawaii Department of Transportation are harnessing data and AI to transform their organizations and better serve their communities.

A Trusted Cloud for the Public Sector: Discover how Google customers like Cybrary and the California Office of Data and Innovation meet compliance requirements and address government mandates while advancing digitally.

Secure Your Organization with Zero Trust Controls and Google AI: Hear how the University of Notre Dame uses Google Workspace security features like Context Aware Access and DLP to secure their university’s hybrid work.

Responsibly Driving Student Success with AI: Find out how leading Edtech companies like EdX, IBL Education and Arizona State’s EdPlus deploy generative AI capabilities to improve students’ learning outcomes from elementary school through college.

Mind the Air Gap: See how government agencies like the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and Subsidiaries Benelux Proximus solve strict data and government security requirements by using GDC Hosted, an air-gapped solution that doesn’t require connectivity to Google Cloud or the public internet

Achieve digital sovereignty with Google Workspace: Join the United States General Services Administration, PWC, and Verizon to learn how they remain compliant and protect data integrity with Sovereign Controls for Google Workspace.  

Stay current with generative AI technical demos

Generative AI is redefining the way the public sector can accelerate mission outcomes and deliver critical services.  See how generative AI is driving impact – the Moscone Center’s Exhibit Hall will host a Showcase and AI Pavilion with live technical demos showing how public sector partners and customers like the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, California Office of Data and Innovation, FormBio and Collegis are achieving results with the power of AI. Be sure to also check out the “Accelerate knowledge worker productivity with generative AI” screen within the AI Pavilion.

How state and local governments are using AI to better serve their citizens  

How Collegis and FormBio are partnering with Google Cloud to unlock value in higher education 

Boost your technical skills at Innovation Hive

At the Innovation Hive, check out the persona zones for interactive activities with six cloud practitioner profiles or sit in on tech trainings to up your AI skills.  At the lightning talks in the Community Hub, you may even find a new hire among the latest talent. 

With one-on-one access to Google experts, cutting-edge tools, and customer presentations, there is something for everyone at this year’s Next ‘23. Check for updates and build your schedule now to make the most of your Next ‘23 experience here

In coordination with Next, Google will also hold a Google Cloud AI & Research Day, with presentations from thought leaders, demonstrations of Google solutions, and open-ended time for chatting and networking with Google experts and customers. To register for San Francisco on August 31, click here. More cities and dates will be announced in the fall.

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