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MarshallAI Starts Cooperation with the U.S. Army

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The Finnish AI pioneer MarshallAI has signed a cooperation agreement with the U.S. Army. The cooperation aims to further develop the MarshallAI platform to suit the U.S. Army even better. The current platform can, for example, analyze the environment on behalf of a soldier, which releases resources for the execution of other acute tasks.

MarshallAI and the U.S. Army have signed a one-year cooperation agreement. The cooperation is a continuation of the international xTech Global AI Challenge organized by the U.S. Department of Defense, where MarshallAI was declared the winner in the fall of 2021. The competition aimed to find innovations based on artificial intelligence that can improve the performance of the different organizations within the Department of Defense.

The MarshallAI platform can among other things multiply the number of eyes on a battlefield. A warfighter can automatically get information about the environment, including sounds and activity in the radio frequencies, which can free up human resources and enable more informed real-time decisions. Warfighters need to cope with less worry and stress when artificial intelligence analyzes and produces information for them automatically.

MarshallAI is a Finnish pioneer of automatic machine vision. The development work started in 2014, and the company offers a solution to replicate human sensing without any knowledge of software development. The technology of MarshallAI improves the safety of companies, enhances the effectiveness of the security authorities, and enables smart cities and transport.

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