The United States Department of Defense selects artificial intelligence company Veritone for its new $249 million worth Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA).
This fresh deal will help DoD to further expand the AI capabilities of the newly established Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC). The Veritone aiWARE, an AWS-certified platform, and essential applications for Test & Evaluation (T&E) capabilities will now be available to JAIC, allowing it to speed the government’s adoption of new AI technologies such as machine learning, deep learning, neural network, and many more.
Head of Government at Veritone, Jon Gacek, said, “To keep up with the ever-increasing velocity and influx of multi-intelligence (INT), the DoD must employ a platform that can accommodate bespoke AI models to extract actionable insights from each INT type, while also having the capability to test and evaluate all resulting model predictions at scale.”
He further added that they are honored to be one of the DoD’s chosen companies to help it achieve its mission of accelerating the delivery of AI-enabled technologies, scaling the department’s AI impact, and synchronizing DoD AI initiatives to extend Joint Force advantages. Earlier this month, DoD also selected data infrastructure provider Scale AI to boost the government’s artificial intelligence capabilities.
Veritone’s aiWARE platform allows customers to seamlessly enhance and automate deployment, integration, testing, assessment, and monitoring performance at scale while adhering to ethical standards and best practices.
The company also announced recently that its synthetic voice solution named MARVEL.ai will now support NVIDIA Omniverse Audio2Face. United States-based enterprise artificial intelligence solutions developing company, Veritone was founded by Chad Steelberg, Patrick Lennon, Ryan Steelberg, and Zeus Peleuses in 2014.
Multiple industry-leading companies worldwide use Veritone’s AI-powered platforms to carry out their operations. “In addition to our recent successes within the DoD, Veritone aiWARE is gaining tremendous momentum within the civilian agencies too, including our FedRAMP authorization sponsored by the Department of Justice,” said President of Veritone, Ryan Steelberg.