Northrop Grumman has secured licensing rights to a multi-platform software designed by Cognitive Code that works to help users build and deploy conversational intelligence applications.
Northrop will use Cognitive Code’s SILVIA voice technology to develop new products for government and defense customers, Cognitive Code said Sunday.
SILVIA is designed to operate in compact environments and run mobile devices or embedded operating systems, Cognitive Code says.
Leslie Spring, Cognitive Code’s founder and CEO, said Northrop maintains a portfolio of synthetic adaptable intelligent entity, or SAdIE, applications that work to incorporate the SILVIA technology.
Cognitive Code launched a software licensing program to give third-party companies access to its AI app developer, runtime engine and web-based server.