OUR CORE R&D / These systems range from individual

autonomous robotic platforms to large-scale, multi-agent systems

for information management, command & control

OUR CORE R&D

These systems range from individual  autonomous robotic platforms to large-scale, multi-agent systems  for information management, command & control

Machine Learning and Neural Networks

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Machine Learning and Neural Networks

We use a variety of automated techniques to identify patterns in data. We use these patterns to better understand the world and to make better predictions and decisions.

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PSI-Coach

A socially intelligent AI coach for predicting and maximizing team performance

CANDID

CANDID

A system that detects and prevents cybersecurity breaches in military ground vehicles

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ALPACA

A tool that strengthens trust in machine learning

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CAMEL

Causal models to explain learning

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VIBE

An interactive researcher’s workbench for ATR algorithms

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FOLLOW-ME

A human-machine interface for unmanned ground vehicles

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SHEPARD

Supervisory HMI enabling practical autonomous robot direction

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PRINCESS

Probabilistic representation of intent commitments to ensure software survival

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APPRIL

A probabilistic programming language to simplify machine learning

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COMPASS

A weather and climate forecasting tool for mission planning

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PRIME

Performance analysis tools for enterprise-deployed systems

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MINOTAUR

An interface for controlling robotic leader-follower systems

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FEATS

A framework to ensure and assess trustworthiness in sensor systems