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IBM’s Robert Kleppinger on Cognitive Computing Platform’s Use in Army Maintenance, Logistics Operations

Robert Kleppinger, a senior client partner at IBM responsible for federal government contracts, told Data Center Dynamics in an interview published Tuesday how the company plans to apply its Watson cognitive computing system to the U.S. Army’s maintenance and logistics activities under a $135 million recompete contract. “Ideally, the plan is to bring …

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IBM’s Greg Souchack: AI Tool Can Add ‘Analytical Edge’ to Army Conditioned-Based Maintenance

Greg Souchack, manager of service cloud solutions at IBM, has said he believes the company’s Watson artificial intelligence platform would bring an “analytical edge” to the U.S. Army’s conditioned-based maintenance efforts, Defense Systems reported Thursday. CBM programs seek to help the Army adopt “repair-when-needed” strategy to maintenance through the use of …

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IBM’s Greg Souchack: Army Could Leverage AI Platform to Analyze Transportation Costs

Greg Souchack, partner for managed services and cloud solutions at IBM’s global business services unit, has said the U.S. Army could leverage the company’s Watson artificial intelligence platform to help analyze spending on the transportation of spare parts and other shipment, C4ISRNET reported Thursday. “The Army would like to see if Watson …

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IBM Helps Train UK Military Vets on Cybersecurity

IBM has collaborated with the Corsham Institute and SaluteMyJob to facilitate a week-long cybersecurity course designed for transitioning and former U.K. military personnel. The free course is part of IBM’s Veterans Employment Accelerator program that offers veterans cybersecurity software training, certification and job opportunities, the company said Wednesday. “With the right training and investment, hiring …

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IBM, MIT to Establish AI Research Laboratory

IBM plans to invest $240 million in the construction of a new artificial intelligence research laboratory that the company will operate in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The company said Thursday its 10-year investment in the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab will aid research efforts of scientists from both institutions. The …

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Public Safety Group to Integrate IBM Cognitive Computing Tech With Emergency Call Guidance Software

The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International plans to integrate its scripted 9-1-1 guidance software with IBM‘s Watson-based cognitive computing platforms as part of efforts to optimize emergency call taking. IBM said Monday it will incorporate the Watson Speech-to-Text and Watson Analytics tools into the IntelliComm criteria-based guide card software APCO International intends to …

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IBM to Help Arizona Implement Cloud Managed Services

IBM has been chosen by the state of Arizona to help its government agencies manage information technology operations with cloud technology. The Arizona Strategic Enterprise Technology organization will deploy IBM cloud services in an effort to establish a statewide IT strategy and offer services and infrastructure to other local agencies, the …

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IBM Helps Army Materiel Command Evaluate Stryker Vehicles With AI Platform; Sam Gordy Comments

IBM has helped the Army Materiel Command’s logistics support activity to predict maintenance issues on Stryker armored fighting vehicles using the company’s Watson artificial intelligence technology, GCN reported Thursday. The company installed its AI platform along with other sensor technologies on 350 Stryker vehicles to evaluate manuals and work orders required for …

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IBM’s Sam Gordy: Watson AI Helps Army Predict Armored Vehicle Mechanical Problems

Sam Gordy, general manager of IBM’s federal business, has said the company’s Watson artificial intelligence platform works to help the U.S. Army predict mechanical issues in its fleet of Stryker vehicles as part of a pilot program that started in mid-2016. Gordy told FCW in an interview published Friday the Watson supercomputer …

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Air Force Research Lab, IBM Partner to Develop Neurosynaptic Supercomputer

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory has teamed up with IBM to build a supercomputing platform designed to facilitate information discovery and neural network learning. The brain-inspired supercomputer will run on the IBM TrueNorth Neurosynaptic System’s 64-chip array and will have sensory processing and pattern recognition functionalities equivalent to 16 …

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