MarkLogic has partnered with the Department of Defense and the JAIC to construct data for national security

MarkLogic has partnered with the Department of Defense and the JAIC to construct data for national s ...

It''s all about metadata.

Jeffrey Casale, the CEO of MarkLogic, believes that when it comes to data processing for AI, you''re in a position to extract all of that data. And this, he claims, is ultimately what proves to be the most effective. It provides context, insight, meaning, and key messages.

Casale said that we can understand not just the information, but also the information about it. This allows us to make powerful models.

As organizations ingest more data by the day and in some cases, by the moment they are seeking help from AI and ML. MarkLogic has developed its enterprise NoSQL platform as a way to assist organizations in managing, exploiting, and secureing their data, and this tool will be used for national security purposes.

Data for defense

The 20-year-old San Carlos, California-based company is planning to work with the Department of Defense (DoD) in a $241 million basic ordering agreement. This is part of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Centers (JAIC) Data Readiness AI Development program, which is designed to leverage AI across the Pentagon.

MarkLogic is one of the most well-known organizations that has been chosen to work with JAIC, which was established in 2018, with the intention to exploit the transformative benefits of artificial intelligence technology to protect the United States'' national security.

Casale was unable to provide specific details on the work to be completed or its scope, he explained, and the work will be classified according to the Basic Ordering Agreement. MarkLogic will collaborate with the JIC to identify appropriate AI use cases, develop capabilities, and scale data impacts.

How do we allow organizations within the Department of Homeland Security to extract and analyze data that they currently have, and to enable them to be more effective in solving complex problems that the government faces on a particular mission? Casale

According to its website, the JCI is leveraging AI in areas of joint war fighting (systems, sensors, and targeting solutions), war fighter health (disease curing, reduced healthcare expenses, and increased operational readiness), joint information warfare and logistics. It is also developing AI to improve fleet readiness by diagnostics, training, process improvements, forecasting, and supply chain optimization. Besides, the JAIC is also leveraging AI to improve fleet readiness by combining technology, training, and forecasting, and transforming mission areas that are

MarkLogic is looking forward to discussing the most pressing national security complex data concerns, according to Casale.

MarkLogic is extremely pleased to have received the recognition of JAIC to support their data readiness efforts, and we look forward to continuing our commitment to supporting AI ethical principles. The DODs award makes MarkLogic a strategic partner with JAIC.

Expanding use in the federal sector

MarkLogics'' extensive experience in the federal sector has been revealed. It has been used in significant projects for the United States Marine Corps, the Center for Tobacco Products Integrated Research Data System (CIRDS) and in the implementation of Healthcare.gov.

The Air Force Research Lab of the United States partnered with MarkLogic to develop its HyperThought data management platform. This system is scalable, agile, and flexible, making data at the exabyte level easily shared with tens of thousands of internal and external scientists and engineers. According to the agency, it has increased performance a hundredfold.

Data agility for the enterprise

meanwhile, Boeing has used the MarkLogic technology to make digital twins easier; Aetna has built a human resource hub, and pharmaceutical business AbbVie has powered its PubLab. This tool uses ML, natural language processing, visualization, and analytics to allow data scientists to see and discover more than 40 million pieces of unstructured and semi-structured scientific literature.

The problem is that organizations have enormous amounts of data, according to Casale. And they all want to gain meaning from it, but the more complex the data, the greater it is to get at it.

According to the group, the MarkLogic platform has been used for deep search and query, to build enterprise applications, and to provide insights to analytics and ML. The platform''s advantage is that it ingests data as-is from any source, along with everything else it is described as a single resource.

This helps inform and inform AI systems, allowing data to be tracked and traced throughout the algorithm. Ultimately, this provides high-quality, trusted, accessible insights that drive rapid action and innovation, and it is particularly helpful when it comes to making decisions or taking future actions.

Casale said the extraordinary ability that we have with complex data is that we can use powerful algorithms to guarantee that data agility and security are true. It really is only as good as your ability to obtain meaning out of all of the already acquired data.

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