Tampa-based Certus Core awarded contract to deploy Generative AI to Air Force data

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Tampa-based Certus Core awarded contract to deploy Generative AI to Air Force data
Tampa-based Certus Core awarded contract to deploy Generative AI to Air Force data

Certus Core’s Semantic Knowledge Graph (sKG) solution is fully dual-use software, built to be data type, data storage and processing, and front-end analytic interface-agnostic.

TAMPA, FL, U.S., January 11, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/: Certus Core, Inc. announces it has been selected by AFWERX for a SBIR Phase I focused on Certus Core’s Semantic Knowledge Graph to address the most pressing challenges in the Department of the Air Force (DAF). The Air Force Research Laboratory and AFWERX have partnered to streamline the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) processes by accelerating the small business experience through faster proposal to award timelines, changing the pool of potential applicants by expanding opportunities for small businesses, and eliminating bureaucratic overhead by continually implementing process improvement changes in contract execution. The DAF began offering the Open Topic SBIR/STTR program in 2018, which expanded the range of innovations the DAF funded, and now, on December 15, 2023, Certus Core will start its journey to create and provide innovative capabilities that will strengthen the national defense of the United States of America.

Certus Core’s Semantic Knowledge Graph (sKG) solution is fully dual-use software, built to be data type, data storage and processing, and front-end analytic interface-agnostic. Certus Core’s sKG is a horizontally and vertically scalable datastore that supports natural language, graph traversal, and keyword search queries in order to enable machine learning and artificial intelligence across a multitude of data sets for autonomous systems, financial intelligence, logistics, and other data challenges.

“This partnership with the Air Force shows their continued commitment to small business growth while also developing novel approaches toward advanced technology, specifically in data and generative AI. Consequently, the deployment of generative AI for the Air Force represents Certus Core’s firm commitment to ensuring our military forces are equipped with the most advanced solutions for their unique challenges,” says Certus Core’s CEO Jake Dyal. “We believe that knowledge graphs are one of the best data products for generative AI and large language model deployment. Since we’re able to capture knowledge from an organization’s data and provide non-technical personnel access to those data points, the Air Force will be able to retain a scalable and sustainable solution for our current and next generation of warfighting.”

The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Air Force, the Department of
Defense, or the U.S. government.

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