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NT Concepts’ Gavin Greene Previews AI/ML, Edge Computing Goals for 2019

Gavin Greene

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 19, 2018 — Gavin Greene, vice president of business development at NT Concepts, has said the company will work in 2019 to build on its capabilities in artificial intelligence and machine learning to support customer missions, particularly in the field of national security.

Greene told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Dec. 5 that NT Concepts’ data science teams will also address edge computing challenges in an effort to deliver “enhanced” insights from large volumes of data.

He outlined NT Concepts’ Marketplace Next methodology to drive the transition of commercial technologies to the federal government, culminating in what the company calls the “excelerate” phase, which seeks to cut the time for the technology to reach operational status in government.

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