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e.Republic | December 19, 2022
Leeds Equity Partners ("Leeds Equity"), the sector-focused private equity firm dedicated exclusively to investing in the Knowledge Industries, and e.Republic, LLC ("e.Republic" or the "Company"), announced today that Leeds Equity has made a significant investment in e.Republic.
Leeds Equity seeks to invest in leading companies in sectors across the Knowledge Industries where the firm can partner with management to drive innovation, business growth and...
ManTech International Corporation | January 03, 2022
ManTech International Corporation has completed the acquisition of Technical and Management Assistance Corporation (TMAC), a leading provider of advanced data engineering services and solutions to the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland and founded in 2008, TMAC offers a full range of data centric solutions and expertise with proven experience in systems engineering, data collection and governance, analytics and mission management systems.
DataRobot | February 14, 2022
AI Cloud leader DataRobot today announced its selection as an AI partner under a five-year $249 million-ceiling Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) awarded by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC). Through this contract, DataRobot is tasked with transforming AI throughout the DoD ecosystem by providing its AI Cloud platform and services to accelerate the government’s use of emerging AI technologies including Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL),...
The US Department of Defense | February 25, 2020
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has announced the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) ethical principles. AI ethical principles will cover the five major areas of responsibility, equitability, traceability, reliability and governability. These principles will be enforced on both combat and non-combat army functions. The principles have been embraced following recommendations by the Defence Innovation Board in October last year....
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