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Alion Unveils AI Tools for Defense & Security Applications; Todd Borkey Quoted

Todd Borkey

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 5, 2018 — Alion Science and Technology will offer new artificial intelligence technologies built on agile engineering approaches with the goal to facilitate human-machine teaming in defense and security applications, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 8.

The company said Oct. 5 its new AI capabilities are centered on the use of deep learning and machine learning to support the military and government missions.

“Our focus is less on pushing the magic of AI and more about engineering machine and deep learning to improve everything from logistics to [intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance],” said Todd Borkey, chief technology officer of Alion.

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