Dr. Newton Campbell is a Computer Scientist specializing in artificial intelligence. Through SAIC, he currently serves as an Artificial Intelligence subject matter expert on the NASA Langley Research Center OCIO Data Science Team. In this role, he focuses on several programs in urban air mobility, geomagnetism, virtual reality, and high-performance computing for computational physics. Before NASA, Dr. Campbell spent ten years in technology research and development, supporting the US Department of Defense and Intelligence Communities. In that capacity, he served as the Principal Investigator and technical lead of multiple cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI) projects, specializing in both Internet Privacy and Cyber-Physical Systems Security.
Dr. Campbell completed his PhD in Computer Science at Nova Southeastern University. He regularly coordinates STEM activities with schools and media groups in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area. He is an active member of the Planetary Society, the Philosophical Society of Washington, and IEEE. He is also an Advisory Board member of Silicon Flatirons at the University of Colorado Boulder Law School, a Technology Fellow at American University Washington College of Law, a non-resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council, specializing in Space, Climate Change, and Ethical AI. Dr. Campbell is also a member of the Schusterman Foundation REALITY network, the French-American Foundation, and Australian-American Leadership Dialogue, representing young US technology leaders in Space and AI in each group.