Veritone Selected for JAIC $249M AI Capabilities Improvement BPA
Under the contract, JAIC will be able to use Veritone’s aiWARE platform and other test and evaluation platforms to accelerate the government’s emerging AI technologies, machine learning, deep learning and neural networks. The aiWARE solution allows users to augment and automate performance integration, test, evaluation and monitoring at scale, Veritone said Monday.
Jon Gacek, head of government at Veritone, said the Department of Defense needs a platform that can accommodate AI models to allow it to gain usable information from multi-intelligence sources. According to Gacek, the aiWARE platform will make AI and ML testing and evaluation more systematic and scalable, allowing personnel to compare and determine accuracy, bias and vulnerability. The platform could improve trust in and reliance on AI solutions.
The aiWARE solution includes multiple toolsets, such as the Veritone Developer, which connects internally developed models with previously deployed models and other relevant commercial equivalents. It is currently being used by the U.S. Air Force to support geospatial intelligence digital transformation.
Veritone offers data management, face and voice recognition, media management, machine learning operations and transcription and translation services to various customers, including those in the energy, government and health care sectors. The company is headquartered in Denver and has multiple offices across the U.S. and one in London.
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