On April 3 and 4, The Washington Auto Show will again host its industry conference, MobilityTalks International. This timely and powerful conference makes The Washington Auto Show stand out from other auto shows by reinforcing its position as the Public Policy Show on the industry circuit.
Several panels will run concurrently. One morning panel on April 3 will discuss “The State of Artificial Intelligence.” Democratic presidential candidate, John Delaney, will be a featured speaker. Delaney represented Maryland’s 6th District in the House of Representatives from 2013 to 2019 and founded the bipartisan Artificial Intelligence caucus while in Congress.
A luncheon panel on April 3 will present “Communicating the Benefits of Advanced Technologies to New Vehicle Buyers.” Panel members include Suzie Reineke of the Reineke Family Dealerships; representatives from Toyota; the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; AAA; and Bosch, plus Peter Welch, the CEO of NADA. Several international speakers will speak throughout the day about advanced technology programs in their countries.
On Thursday, April 4, MobilityTalks International will move to Capitol Hill for a lunchtime panel discussion. The theme there will be “Data Privacy and Cybersecurity in an Automated World.”
Visit www.washingtonautoshow.com/mobilitytalks for session topics, speakers and the full schedule. Email Joe Koch, email@example.com, on information about how to attend the events. MobilityTalks International is sponsored by the Auto Alliance, MEMA, Qualcomm, Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC, and The Hill.Download Bulletin PDF