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Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #40: Aruba Networks’ Brian Greenberg on Marketing Campaign Intell, Analyst Skill Set

Brian Greenberg Marketing CI Head Aruba Networks

Brian Greenberg, head of marketing competitive intelligence at Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Aruba Networks subsidiary, gave ArchIntel an in-depth perspective on how CI teams could generate immense amounts of data for analysis and the foundational skills he is looking for when hiring an analyst. In the Q&A conversation, he also discussed how his team works to avoid the risk of bias and the role of technology in the CI process. This is the 40th in a series of interviews with Competitive Intelligence and GovCon executives who share their insights about creating and sustaining a competitive advantage.

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Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #33: BAE’s Marcia Altgilbers on CI & Price-to-Win Skill Sets, Her Outlook for AI/ML Tools in Data Analysis

Marcia Altgilbers Director of CI and PTW BAE Systems Inc.

Marcia Altgilbers, director of competitive intelligence and price to win at BAE Systems Inc., told ArchIntel in a recent interview that ethical awareness, analytical and critical thinking and business acumen are the primary skills that she is looking for CI practitioners. She also discussed how artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies are helping data analysts in their work.

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Palantir Helps HHS Develop ‘Tiberius’ System to Track COVID-19 Vaccine Production, Distribution

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Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR) is working on software for a new system that could help federal health officials track the production, administration and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

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ThoughtSpot’s Monica McEwen: Agency Nontechnical Staff Could Harness AI With Search-Driven Analytics

Monica McEwen Public Sector VP ThoughtSpot

Monica McEwen, vice president of public sector at ThoughtSpot, said search-driven analytics could help government agencies enable nontechnical personnel to leverage the power of artificial intelligence in deriving insights from large data volumes.

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SOCOM Begins Market Research for Global Analytics Platform

U.S. Special Operations Command has released a request for information on potential contractors that could provide support services for its Global Analytics Platform. A notice published Friday says USSOCOM intends to award a single- or multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the GAP program with a ceiling value of between $300M and $600M and an ordering period of five to 10 years.

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Black Cape’s Abe Usher, Al Di Leonardo: AI, Machine Learning Could Help Agencies Speed Up Intelligence Analysis

Abe Usher

Black Cape Co-CEOs Abe Usher and Al Di Leonardo said automation technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning could help government agencies accelerate analysis of large data volumes and glean insights from data. They wrote about the three frameworks – TensorFlow, PyTorch and PyTorch scikit-learn – and how they help agencies and other organizations simplify AI adoption.

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Microsoft’s Susie Adams: Cloud Offers Unlimited Computing Capacity to Advance AI Adoption

Susie Adams

Susie Adams, chief technology officer at Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), said cloud helps advance artificial intelligence by enabling data analysis and sharing to improve mission outcomes. "Cloud technology has given us vast capacity for data storage and nearly unlimited compute capacity to take advantage of AI, which is democratizing the ability for end users, not just data scientists, to build and run machine learning algorithms," Adams wrote.

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Salesforce’s Teresa Smetzer: AI Could Help Agencies Leverage Data, Expedite Gov’t Service Delivery

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Teresa Smetzer, vice president of national security programs at Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), has said the adoption of artificial intelligence could help government agencies leverage large volumes of data, allow them to free up employees to focus more on mission-critical issues and accelerate the delivery of services to citizens.

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