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DataRobot’s Chad Cisco: Automated Machine Learning Could Help Agency Employees Leverage AI

Chad Cisco

Chad Cisco, general manager of federal business at DataRobot, said artificial intelligence could help glean insights from massive amounts of data and agencies could allow their employees to take advantage of AI through the use of automated machine learning.

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Lockheed’s Matt Tarascio, Chris Benson: Secure, Unbiased Datasets Key to Establishing Public Trust in AI

Matt Tarascio

Matt Tarascio and Chris Benson of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) said agencies should begin with having unbiased, secure datasets in order to build up the public’s trust in artificial intelligence applications and comply with legal requirements.

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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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Raytheon, USAF to Test AI-Powered Predictive Maintenance on Osprey Fleet; Todd Probert Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 28, 2019 — Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) will work with the Department of Defense to test an artificial intelligence tool that the company developed with the U.S. Air Force to predict maintenance and repair needs in support of the service branch's CV-22 Osprey tiltrotor fleet, ExecutiveBiz reported June 20.

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Army Uses IBM’s Watson AI for Stryker Predictive Maintenance; Sam Gordy Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 1, 2017 — IBM (NYSE: IBM) has collaborated with the Army Materiel Command in efforts to deploy the company’s Watson artificial intelligence platform to help predict maintenance needs for the Stryker armored combat vehicles, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday. GCN reported Thursday that AMC’s logistics support activity installed sensors …

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Trifacta’s Adam Wilson: Agencies Should Implement Data Wrangling Tools to Facilitate Big Data Analysis

Adam Wilson, CEO of San Francisco-based software firm Trifacta, has said federal agencies should adopt data wrangling platforms and techniques in order to expedite analysis of big data workloads. Wilson wrote that such tools are designed to help agencies deal with a range of complex information and allow analysts to work …

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Siemens Unit Installs Asset Monitoring Service at NASA Armstrong

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 19, 2016 — A business unit of Siemens has deployed an online asset monitoring service at NASA‘s Armstrong Flight Research Center to help evaluate the condition of critical facilities and provide recommendations for predictive maintenance measures, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. The company said Wednesday its plant data services division installed the data-based service and …

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