USGIF Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Workshop
WASHINGTON, DC – Riverside Research, a not-for-profit scientific research company primarily serving the US Department of Defense and the intelligence community, will be participating in the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s (USGIF) Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Workshop as part of GEOINT Community Week (November 11-17). The workshop will take place at the National Geospatial Agency (NGA) Campus East in Springfield, VA, on November 13.
Leaders from government agencies, academia, and industry will discuss challenges and strategic initiatives related to the role of artificial intelligence, machine learning, cognitive computing, and deep learning in geospatial intelligence. Riverside Research Director of Intelligence Systems & Machine Learning, Ted Josue, is a co-chairman of USGIF’s Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Working Group (MLAIWG). As one of the organizers of the workshop, he will be moderating the classified breakout session of the workshop, Hard Problems of Interest. The session includes speakers from the National Reconnaissance Office, the Department of Defense, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and Kitware.
“This workshop brings together top decision makers, strategists, and technologists from academia, industry, and government to open the aperture, providing a unique perspective on the state of AI and ML for the GEOINT Enterprise and beyond,” said Ted Josue.
To learn more about the workshop, visit http://usgif.org/events/workshop-series/machinelearning.