The Intelligence and Decision Technologies Group develops prototypes to demonstrate innovative command and control technology and open system architectures that measurably improve intelligence and military decision making. This work begins with an understanding of the workflows of intelligence analysts and military commanders, often through operations research. Operational data sets are amassed to support all types of algorithm development, such as multisensor fusion, “big data” mining, cloud technologies, graph-based network detection, and artificial intelligence, including deep learning. The group guides the nation in the adoption of open architecture standards in air, space, and cyber platforms. Prototype systems for data exploitation and knowledge management are delivered for evaluation in theater. Areas of technical staff expertise include systems analysis, modeling and simulation, feature extraction and pattern analysis, computer vision, natural language processing, machine learning, software development, and field experimentation.
Machine Learning / Articicial Intelligence
An engineering development position is currently available to adapt and apply state-of-the-art machine learning techniques to a variety of structured (tabular), perceptual (audio, imagery, natural language), and relational (graph-valued) datasets. Projects will span all phases of the machine learning lifecycle (understanding the problem, data processing, model training and evaluation, integration and testing, and monitoring) in support of laboratory and field experiments.
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