Leaders from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency say that human-machine partnerships are the future for the agency.
At a GEOINT 2019 panel in San Antonio June 3, the agency’s department heads explained how they saw technology fundamentally transforming the workspace of analysts in the office and soldiers and personnel on the battlefield.
Using machines to take over rote tasks and leaving humans free to work on more complex and creative issues was a major theme from NGA leaders as they communicated with industry at the GEOINT 2019 conference this week. That message started at the very top. In his keynote address, NGA Director Vice Adm, Robert Sharp emphasized that commercial companies need to focus on automation, augmentation and artificial intelligence moving forward. READ MORE...
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