Startup Tech CEO: These are the AI/ML capabilities DoD says they need the most
In part due to my experience in government and my continued engagement with the venture capital and high tech community I’m frequently asked by associates in DoD to help with market surveys related to technology needs. DoD has been working hard to get the word out on what they see as technology gaps, and they follow formal and incredibly fair procedures to do so (including posting needs and requirements and solicitations to publicly accessible websites, for example). But these methods are far from optimized, largely because the high tech community does not lurk on government procurement websites.
Tech CEOs can be a huge help to DoD by tracking their mission needs and providing input on capabilities that meet them. We can make it easy for you to do just that.
We have just been asked to help provide inputs on companies that meet emerging needs of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC).
This post captures the key requirements the JAIC is interested in (all dealing with some aspect of artificial intelligence or machine learning). After reviewing this list, if your firm can meet any of these needs, just let us know which needs you can address and we will help bring your company to the attention of DoD. The intention of the office requesting this info is to hold a “solutions meeting” in the Northern Virginia area this fall. If your company is selected you will be asked to come and brief and perhaps give a demo.
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