1901 Group to Help DoD Adopt AI-Based Business Automation, Cyber Tools

Jeff Brody

Information technology firm 1901 Group will assist the Department of Defense's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center in the developing and implementation of artificial intelligence approaches to collect, analyze and disseminate data.

The company said Thursday it could receive $3.2M in funds to support a DoD AI adoption project as part of a 10-month, $10M partnership agreement with the National Technical Information Service.

Under the contract, 1901 Group will work with six other participants in a NTIS joint venture to build a core system, manage an intelligent business automation technology and deliver AI-based cybersecurity platforms.

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