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Figure Eight Federal, Latent AI Partner to Improve Government ML Lifecycle

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Figure Eight Federal, Latent AI Partner to Improve Government ML Lifecycle

Figure Eight Federal has entered into a strategic partnership with Latent AI to improve the machine learning life cycle of defense and federal civilian government agencies.

Figure Eight Federal will deploy its platform to provide automated data labeling, data workflow optimization and labeling orchestration, while Latent AI will use its solutions to help clients build scalable, repeatable and secure DevOps for ML processes. The partnership allows agencies to deploy AI solutions in operational defense scenarios more effectively and efficiently, Figure 8 Federal said.

Tim Klawa, head of product at F8F, said the partnership enhances the continuity and adaptability of AI models for warfighters at the edge and supports the company’s mission to allow government small and medium enterprises to optimize AI models.

Data management plays an important role in AI development, according to experts in the industry.

In December, Robert Carey, president of Cloudera’s government solutions business, a past Wash100 winner and a 4×24 member, wrote an opinion about how data lakehouses can make AI more reliable. According to Carey, data lakehouses allow organizations to improve data literacy, decision-making and trust in AI solutions.

In October, Dan Richard, chief cyber policy adviser at the CIA, said data management is one of the challenges the agency aims to address as it increases AI usage.

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