Tag Archive: Veritone Government

04.2.18

NT Concepts Partners with Veritone to Deliver Powerful AI Tech to Federal Customers

PRWeb – NT Concepts, a leading provider of National Security solutions, has partnered with artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive solutions pioneer Veritone. The strategic alliance enables NT Concepts to deliver the Veritone aiWARE™ platform to federal customers and leverage next-generation commercial AI technology for highly accurate, timely intelligence at scale…Read More Orchestrated AI Built for Government…

School Shooting AI 03.25.18

Holistic Artificial Intelligence Can Solve the Plague of School Shootings

Another school shooting. Another round of demands for answers. Another debate over the same set of options—from gun control, to arming teachers, to improving the mental healthcare system. The end result: more school shootings. However, a real solution to this crisis may be within reach due to the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that…

01.10.18

Collaborate to Innovate

Law Enforcement Today – Across a broad spectrum of public service agencies, from social care to education or health, collaboration is becoming essential to delivering effective, well-rounded service. Law enforcement is no exception. Whether partnering to improve intelligence for frontline officers or taking advantage of the knowledge and experience of private sector or third-party organizations, modern…

AI Opioid Crisis 01.6.18

AI Data Analysis Takes on the Opioid Crisis

Each day, more than 90 people die from opioid overdoses in the United States, twice the death rate suffered by U.S. soldiers during the peak year of the Vietnam War. To address this crisis, an Indianapolis firm is employing AI data analysis techniques to track narcotics abuse trends in real time, helping agencies target their…

London Police Child Abuse 12.22.17

London Police Look to Image Recognition to Uncover Signs of Child Abuse

The process of scanning digital photos and video to find evidence can be taxing on police forces, requiring endless man-hours to examine and evaluate the content of images. This toll is magnified when law enforcement professionals are searching for images that depict child abuse, a process that can have a traumatic impact on investigators’ psyches….

11.28.17

Facebook Tackles Terrorism with AI Photo and Video Matching

Facebook in November announced it is successfully stamping out nearly all terrorist content posted on its site due to advances in the company’s AI photo and video matching technology. “Today, 99 percent of the ISIS and Al Qaeda-related terror content we remove from Facebook is content we detect before anyone in our community has flagged…

10.11.17

Taking on Terrorism with Face Recognition

Following a surge in terrorist incidents, Turkish defense contractor HAVELSAN is preparing to introduce an artificial intelligence-based security system that uses face recognition to identify suspects before they commit violent acts. The system, called ASTARUS, is designed to recognize faces and license plates, according to the Daily Sabah. ASTARUS can scan all photos and personal…

Object Recognition 10.2.17

Object Recognition for ISIS Insights

The U.S. military this year plans to deploy artificial-intelligence algorithms, including object-recognition technology, to sift through its intelligence database to gather insights about the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group. The military will leverage existing commercial AI technologies to accelerate the deployment of these algorithms, as reported by Breaking Defense. Such algorithms will take on the…

09.15.17

AI Takes on Law Enforcement

diginomica – Big city police departments are drowning in data that creates 10,000 hours of video a week alone. That is far too much information for human beings to process and analyze. Much of it is wasted. The good news for law enforcement agencies is that they have never had more relevant information to work with…

CIA AI Cognitive Engines 09.14.17

Central Intelligence Turns to Artificial intelligence, with Extensive Adoption of Cognitive Engines

U.S. spy services are making extensive use of artificial intelligence cognitive engines to sift through ever-growing mountains of intelligence data. Dawn Meyerriecks, the Central Intelligence Agency’s deputy director for technology development, said her organization now is engaging in 137 separate AI projects, many of which involve companies in Silicon Valley, according to an article in…