Cisco’s Carl De Groote, Chuck Louisell Talk AI, ML & Analytics for Military Operations

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 13, 2018 — Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) executives Carl De Groote and Chuck Louisell have urged the U.S. military to explore technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and in-line data analytics with an agile and resilient multinetwork architecture to support mission assurance, sustained operations and situational awareness, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 28.

De Groote, senior director for Department of Defense programs, and Louisell, strategic programs manager, wrote in an opinion piece published Nov. 27 that such a multinetwork architecture — combined with human oversight, “intent-based, zero-trust” security and data — will work to build advantage for the military.

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