Google | June 18, 2020
The U.S. Justice Department proposed on Wednesday that Congress take up legislation to curb protections big tech platforms like Alphabet’s Google and Facebook have had for decades, a senior official said, following through on President Donald Trump’s bid to crack down on tech giants. The goal of the proposal, which is being finalized, is to push tech companies to address criminal content on their platforms such as child exploitation, terrorism or cyber stalking, and boost transparency for users when the outlets take down lawful material, the Justice Department official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
StereoVision Imaging, Inc. | November 18, 2020
StereoVision Imaging, Inc. (SVI), an arising world pioneer in 2D and 3D/4DLiDAR based facial/object acknowledgment and distant detecting innovation, has made sure about a follow-on buy request from the U.S. government for extra units of its future, convenient Facial Recognition Binocular System (FRBS). The new request brings the all out estimation of units bought to more than $4.5 million.
The serious binocular framework empowers U.S. furthermore, alliance war contenders to incorporate stalemate observation tasks with continuous significant insight. It bolsters the distinguishing proof of non-agreeable people of-interest under testing uncontrolled natural conditions with significant levels of exactness, and permits ideal information examination and information to-choice for order initiative.
SVI is the sole-source provider of FRBS technology to the U.S. Army under a U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) Joint Urgent Operational Need (JUON) statement. SVI expects to ship the units in the first quarter of 2021.
The SVI FRBS stage incorporates SVI's industry-driving facial acknowledgment innovation in a portable binocular arrangement. The framework's top quality optics powered by its restrictive facial logical and profound learning face coordinating calculations give quick 'point-and-snap' subject ID at the necessary stalemate separations.
Through true operational testing, FRBS has been intended to help United Combatant Command (COCOM) missions that include observation, surveillance, misuse, character and data tasks, counterterrorism and against revolt. The new units are bound for sending across U.S. Focal and European Command theaters.
“With this next shipment, we believe we have entered an important next phase with the design and initial deployments of our FRBS,” stated SVI founder and president Gregory Steinthal. “We anticipate the program will soon advance to full production and look for it to transition into formal program of record. We are uniquely positioned as the sole-source provider of this advanced technology to the U.S. military, which affirms the tremendous unmatched capabilities it provides.”
SVI sees opportunities for deployment of FRBS to other government agencies, such as federal law enforcement, airport security, border patrol and entry control points.
About StereoVision Imaging, Inc.
StereoVision Imaging (SVI) is an emerging global leader in biometric/object recognition and remote sensing technology, enabling governments and commercial organizations to perform identity and object recognition with the highest-level of speed and accuracy. Beyond FRBS, the company’s patented Dual Chirp 4D LiDAR (light detection and ranging) technology provides the most accurate 4D biometric security system in the world at the longest ranges. Its products are currently used by the U.S. military as well as other government agencies and organizations. SVI is focused on enhancing national security and public safety by solving the world’s most difficult identity validation and analysis challenges.
Deloitte | February 01, 2021
As the new Administration and statehouses the nation over work to handle key needs across the elements of wellbeing, financial recuperation, environment and racial imbalances, information and its powerful use through arising AI innovations will be key empowering influences. To quicken the reception of AI in government, Deloitte today declared its new AI platform, CortexAI™ for Government. Intended to quicken AI sending among public area associations, CortexAI for Government consolidates demonstrated government and industry solutions with AI models, apparatuses and specialized designs tailored to help public area missions with an emphasis on AI quality, review and morals.
"AI is more than technology. Through CortexAI for Government, we will help agency leaders and frontline public servants introduce new AI solutions and execute their organizations' missions more effectively and with reduced cost," said Ed Van Buren, principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP and leader of Deloitte's public sector AI practice. "We are also deeply committed to advancing the ethical use of AI so that its use in American government becomes a model for the commercial sector and the world."
Solutions built on CortexAI for Government already serving government clients
A few administrative organizations and state governments are now utilizing applications and solutions fueled by CortexAI for Government to drive their central goal, enable their workers, and better serve people in general. Quite, Deloitte's RegExplorer™, which utilizes AI to break down a huge number of guidelines, permits policymakers to rapidly recognize clashing or obsolete guidelines, improve and modernize guidelines, and empower significant change.
"When you are trying to comb through regs at different state agencies, it takes a long time," said Carrie Kuruc, director of Ohio's Common Sense Initiative, speaking about RegExplorer. "When you have tech that can do it quickly, you take it in a heartbeat."
Democratizing AI for wide government adoption and deployment
CortexAI for Government gives a blend of on-platform, mission-situated applications and solutions and in-platform models, instruments and curated informational collections. Planned explicitly to address the issues of government customers, CortexAI for Government can send and scale regardless of where an office is in their AI modernization venture.
"CortexAI for Government is an innovation platform that enables organizations to quickly operationalize AI capabilities and address specific mission and mission support needs," said Mark White, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and lead for CortexAI for Government. "That means agencies can drive new capabilities quickly and at a larger scale, while also saving government resources."
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