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Josh Sullivan: Booz Allen Seeks to Help Customers Deploy AI Models With New Enterprise Software

Jeff Brody
Josh Sullivan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 12, 2019 — Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) rolled out a software platform and marketplace that offers government or commercial clients access to pre-trained artificial intelligence from various developers, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 5.

The company said Nov. 4 its Modzy offering is designed to help customers explore AI tools that can simplify enteprise processes and integrate with computing products such as NVIDIA-built (Nasdaq: NVDA) graphics processing units.

“By combining our deep domain and technical expertise with that of other leading AI providers, we’re helping the U.S. government and companies deploy AI at a fraction of the price and time required to build bespoke models from scratch,” said Josh Sullivan, a senior vice president and Modzy executive leader at Booz Allen.

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