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Air Force Cognitive Engine

General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Oct 22, 2020
Category: Research and Development
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

FA8650 USAF AFMC AFRL PZL RAK RXK WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-7541 USA

Description

:� The Air Force Research Laboratory, Autonomous Capability Team 3 (AFRL/ACT3) located at Wright-Patterson AFB (WPAFB) is in the planning stage for a research program to provide rapid, flexible, and innovative architectural and software engineering support to enable ACT3�s strategic objective of operationalizing AI at scale. The goal is to lower the barriers to entry for AI applications, and provide capabilities and collaboration which address a range of AI problem classes for end-user application through the development and application of an AI software platform, the Air Force Cognitive Engine (ACE).� ACT3 envisions the ACE as the backbone of an outward facing structure, providing an agent-based architecture that enables the development and refinement of autonomy and AI technologies and connection between people, algorithms, data, and computational resource infrastructures.� This structure must be instantiated in a manner which is scalable and adaptable to support the application of autonomy and AI technologies against various Air Force problem sets, and requires integration in a cloud-based construct, yet capable of running on a single laptop, and on embedded systems:� The Air Force Research Laboratory, Autonomous Capability Team 3 (AFRL/ACT3) located at Wright-Patterson AFB (WPAFB) is in the planning stage for a research program to provide rapid, flexible, and innovative architectural and software engineering support to enable ACT3�s strategic objective of operationalizing AI at scale. The goal is to lower the barriers to entry for AI applications, and provide capabilities and collaboration which address a range of AI problem classes for end-user application through the development and application of an AI software platform, the Air Force Cognitive Engine (ACE).� ACT3 envisions the ACE as the backbone of an outward facing structure, providing an agent-based architecture that enables the development and refinement of autonomy and AI technologies and connection between people, algorithms, data, and computational resource infrastructures.� This structure must be instantiated in a manner which is scalable and adaptable to support the application of autonomy and AI technologies against various Air Force problem sets, and requires integration in a cloud-based construct, yet capable of running on a single laptop, and on embedded systems.

Original Point of Contact

POC Adrianna Menker, Phone: 9377139924, Dr. Juan Vasquez, Phone: 937-580-9044

Place of Performance

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