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The Cyber Bytes Foundation Event Features Swathi Young on AI & Machine Learning

STAFFORD, VA – May 18, 2019 – The next monthly Cyber Bytes Networking Event will feature Swathi Young, the Founder and Chief Product Strategist at TechNoch Solutions. On May 30th, Young will present on AI & Machine Learning Beyond the Hype: From Pilot to Production.  Young’s presentation will begin at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 30 at X Corp Solutions, 1000 Corporate Drive in the Quantico Corporate Center in Stafford, VA. In a pre-event interview, Young provided practical first steps to demystify AI and Machine Learning and shared tools to utilize for cyber security. Both the pre-event interview and registration to attend can be found at

Join anytime between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m for the presentation:

  • 4:00 Live Demos
  • 4:30 Happy Hour and Networking
  • 5:30 Presentation

Swathi Young has a background of over 20 years in the tech industry. Her most recent work is centered around finding solutions and organizational strategies to address an increasing need:

“I’m passionate about finding solutions for complex problems, especially with regard to the ethical design of AI applications as well as data privacy,” Swathi said. As the Founder and Chief Product Strategist at TechNoch Solutions, Young helps CIOs solve complex problems by combining business strategies and AI solutions. She spearheads a weekly newsletter curating information on AI and machine learning and organizes a community of over 2,000 members in the DC area focused on emerging technologies.

The Cyber Bytes Foundation is committed to furthering education, research and innovation in the cyber domain. To accomplish this, it has launched the American Cyber League Cyber Security Center of Excellence. This Center of Excellence offers an interdisciplinary environment in which government entities (federal/local, defense, intelligence and law enforcement levels), academia and corporate entities (finance, manufacturing, infrastructure and commerce) collaborate to identify, solve and transfer to the workforce essential innovation and training that improves the capacity of the entire cyber ecosystem to protect and respond to current and emerging cyber threats.