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IQT, Primer Enter Strategic Investment Deal for Govt AI Tools

Primer has entered a strategic investment agreement with In-Q-Tel as both companies aim to provide artificial intelligence tools to government analysts. In-Q-Tel said Tuesday Primer develops machine learning systems designed to help analysts from government agencies, financial institutions and retail companies address the limits of human comprehension when analyzing large …

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IQT Enters Partnership with Digital Solid State Propulsion LLC

IQT and Digital Solid State Propulsion LLC are entering a strategic investment and technology development to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community. The partnership will extend DSSP’s Energetic Materials technology development as well as provide new opportunities for the firm’s product applications. “DSSP expands our strategic investment portfolio …

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Lisa Porter, Former DoD R&E Deputy Undersecretary, Rejoins Riverside Research Board of Trustees

Lisa Porter Board of Trustees Riverside Research

Dr. Lisa Porter, former deputy undersecretary for research and engineering at the Department of Defense, has returned to the Riverside Research board of trustees, the company reported on Monday. Porter has nearly 25 years of experience in the defense and technology industries and is currently the co-president and co-founder of LogiQ.

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Enveil Announces Series A Funding Round for Data Protection Tool

Data security firm Enveil has raised $10M in a round of Series A financing led by C5 Capital and supported by several investors including Capital One Ventures, Mastercard, 1843 Capital and Bloomberg Beta. Enveil said Tuesday it will use the investment to expand its ZeroReveal product line, build up its global sales team and client support functions and broaden its presence in government and commercial markets.

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More Space Startups See US Government as Potential Customer

Industry experts said space startups are engaging more with the U.S. government as they see it as a client and as an investor, SpaceNews reported Thursday. “We saw many firms overtly or less overtly turn towards government as a potential customer," Carissa Christensen, CEO of analyst firm Bryce Space & Technology, said Tuesday at a Washington Space Business Roundtable event.

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