Mitchell Sipus, director of product at CalypsoAI, said government agencies need artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms that they can trust and can help speed up missions.
Sipus wrote that agencies need algorithms that can be tested to enable users to rapidly evaluate, understand and trust such platforms.
He noted that CalypsoAI works to help deliver trusted algorithms by running a series of tests and deployment simulations through its VESPR Validate product.
“These tests are rooted in current research efforts at top universities but are hardened for commercial demands and delivered as a federally compliant solution,” he said.
With VESPR Validate, Sipus said mission owners at agencies can get a report on the performance of an algorithm by uploading the algorithm and a set of test data.
Sipus also cited how the company and its tests for machine learning models help empower the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Coast Guard in acquiring the “capabilities they need and assess models across vendors while understanding the risks and thresholds of their models to better protect the interests of the American people.”