GDIT’s Dave Vennergrund: Cloud Infrastructure & Functions to Support Fed Agencies’ AI Efforts

Dave Vennergrund

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 23, 2018 — Dave Vennergrund, director of data and analytics at General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business, has said federal agencies can utilize the cloud as a platform for the development of artificial intelligence technologies, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 1.

He wrote Sept. 27 in a company blog post that cloud infrastructure is designed to support machine learning algorithms due to its large memory, high network throughput, high-performance computing functions and capability for parallel processing.

Vennergrund also notes the cloud offers continuously updated services to deliver AI algorithms and tools and can accommodate large datasets to run ML algorithms.

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