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Tony Frazier: Radiant Solutions Explores Open Geospatial Data for Public Sector AI Applications

Tony Frazier

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 7, 2018 — Radiant Solutions President Tony Frazier has said the Herndon, Va.-based technology company is exploring the application of geospatial data in supporting public sector training activities that utilize artificial intelligence technology, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Frazier asserted in an interview with SpaceNews published Saturday that amplifying access to public data can help advance open-source machine learning algorithms that could potentially identify objects in radar and optical imagery.

“Our goal is to make data openly available to facilitate the creation of great algorithms that we can then apply at scale against commercial and government sources,” Frazier, a 2018 Wash100 recipient, elaborated.

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