USGIF White Paper: Adapting to the Challenges of COVID-19

USGIF has released a white paper on a topic impacting the entire GEOINT community — “Geospatial Intelligence & AI/ML Progress During a Pandemic.”

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USGIF has released a white paper on a topic impacting the entire GEOINT community: Geospatial Intelligence & AI/ML Progress During a Pandemic.

The recent global working climate, altered by COVID-19, has driven considerable change in how the geospatial community delivers support and new capabilities for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML). The pandemic forced analysts to work from home without the advanced infrastructure required for ML, but the high demands of mission requirements remained. The geospatial community had to adapt. USGIF focuses on this and more in the Foundation’s latest document.

Read the entire white paper, sponsored by BAE SystemsGuidehouse, and Maxar, and brought to you by the USGIF.

And, make sure you register for the GEOINT Community Forum: AI/ML November 16-18 where we’ll discuss this topic and more! You don’t want to miss it.

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