DHS S&T awarded $199,961.29 to Austin, Texas–based start-up Synthetik Applied Technologies, to develop a proof-of-concept for an artificial intelligence-based object recognition capability for TSA.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
DHS S&T awarded $147,413 to KickView Corporation to adapt their multi-sensor artificial intelligent (AI) software platform to provide real-time data analysis of passenger flow in the international customs processing areas of airports.
An AUDREY demonstration and update on the progress of the initiative to use artificial intelligence and situational awareness technologies to assist paramedics was provided today to members of Hastings County Council, and dignitaries from the local region.
First responders can easily be overwhelmed by the growing volume of data from next generation tools and sensors. S&T alongside NASA JPL developed the AUDREY to tackle this problem.
If you are a Fire & Rescue professional attending the Fire Department Instructors Conference in Indianapolis, mark your calendars to join S&T John Merrill and discuss how to “Make Firefighting Safer with Artificial Intelligence.” This discussion will be held in rooms 138-139 on , from to at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil stadium.
Three startups developing technologies with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) successfully transitioned their products to DHS and the Homeland Security Enterprise in 2018.
DHS S&T partnered with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory to develop the Assistant for Understanding Data through Reasoning, Extraction, and Synthesis (AUDREY), a state-of-the-art human-like reasoning system designed to assist first responders in synthesizing high-level data while at the scene of an emergency..
Considering different forms of innovation are rapidly shaping today’s world, few are more consequential than artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). These have a growing impact on many aspects of daily life, powering technologies that benefit health, finance, public safety, and recreation.
A new initiative kicks off today to evaluate the use of artificial intelligence and situational awareness technologies during critical incidents.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Homeland Security Advanced Research Project Agency Cybersecurity Division Director Douglas Maughan addresses the use of artificial intelligence-based technologies at S&T and in its research and development.