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Army Taps Stratom for Machine Learning-Based Perimeter Monitoring System

Robotics company Stratom has booked a U.S. Army contract to build a perimeter safety system for the Robotic Combat Vehicle-Light that would help protect personnel or combatants. The Colorado-based, veteran-owned company announced that it won the contract for the Robotic Combat Vehicle-Light. Stratom’s solution, dubbed Perimeter Safety for Autonomous Vehicles, is a computer system that […] Read more

NIST Showcases Platform for Testing Cybersecurity Solutions for Machine Learning Products

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has showcased the first iteration of Dioptra, a testbed that addresses cybersecurity matters aimed at machine learning algorithms. Dioptra allows researchers to find the best solution to defend against various cyber threats. According to Harold Booth, the project leader of the National Vulnerability Database at NIST, the testbed […] Read more

Oak Ridge National Lab, VA Using Machine Learning to Improve Health Care for Veterans

Oak Ridge National Laboratory announced that its researchers, working with counterparts in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Harvard’s TH Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have developed a novel, machine learning-based technique to explore and identify relationships among medical concepts. The new technique involves using electronic health record […] Read more

Ajay Patrikar, Director of Machine Learning at Noblis

Ajay Patrikar is the director of machine learning at Noblis, working out of Herndon, Virginia. His areas of expertise include computer vision, deep neural networks, convolutional neural networks, statistical pattern recognition, image and video processing, digital signal processing, audio signal processing, and speech and speaker recognition, according to his LinkedIn profile. Patrikar is a technical […] Read more

TurbineOne Wins Air Force Deal to Develop New Machine Learning Capabilities

San Franciso-headquartered TurbineOne announced that it has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research contract to advance its machine learning capabilities and deploy its software with the Air Force. Specifically, the Air Force Research Laboratory and AFWERX were the offices within the service to make the award, TurbineOne said Friday. In a statement, TurbineOne said […] Read more

NOAA Seeks Cloud-Based Machine Learning Solution for Translating Weather Forecasts Into Spanish

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration‘s Office of Central Processing is seeking machine learning solutions to translate weather forecasts into Spanish and other languages. Currently, NOAA manually translates announcements from the National Hurricane Center Atlantic into Spanish through the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office San Juan, according to a request for information posted on […] Read more

DISA Exploring How AI, Machine Learning Can Bolster Cybersecurity

The Defense Information Systems Agency plans to strategically use artificial intelligence to enhance its defensive cyber capabilities. Rear Adm. William Chase III, deputy commander of the Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network, said that the threat of malware has grown to become “essentially organized crime on an international scale,” Nextgov reported Monday. The agency […] Read more

US, UK Partner to Demo Machine Learning Algorithms for Warfighter Support

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and the U.K. Defense Science and Technology Laboratory have demonstrated new joint machine learning algorithms that are designed to support warfighters. During the activity, operators used a common platform to share data and algorithms to support wide-area situational awareness efforts. The exercise provided information to military groups to help […] Read more

Department of Energy Funds Five Research Projects on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

The Department of Energy is providing a total of $16 million for five research projects aimed at developing artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms that will enable scientific insights and discoveries using data produced by computation simulations, experiments and observations. The projects will produce capabilities for a broad range of scientific needs, including forecasts for […] Read more

DISA Aims to Use Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning for Cyber Defense

The Defense Information Systems Agency is pursuing efforts aimed at utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning to boost cyber defense. One of those efforts is underscored in a cooperative research and development agreement with NT Concepts. According to DISA’s Roy Hendrix, work under the agreement will be focused on identifying candidate state-of-the-industry ML technologies and […] Read more

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