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Air Force Taps SRI International to Develop Automated Media Integrity Assessment Tech

Air Force Taps SRI International to Develop Automated Media Integrity Assessment Tech - top government contractors - best government contracting event

SRI-International-logoThe U.S. Air Force has bestowed a $9.5 million cost-plus-fixed-price contract to SRI International to deliver automated media integrity assessment technologies to be integrated into a visual media forensics platform.

The Defense Department said Wednesday the software and hardware will work to automatically assess the integrity of both images and videos.

The Air Force Research Laboratory has obligated $1 million from its fiscal 2015 research, development, test and evaluation funds for the contract, DoD added.

SRI will develop the technology in Menlo Park, California, and Princeton, New Jersey, with a projected completion date of May 2020.

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