Joint AI Center eyes data curation agreements with 'innovative' companies

By Justin Doubleday / March 31, 2021 at 1:06 PM
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is finalizing a new acquisition vehicle that would allow the Defense Department to place orders from technology companies to curate data sets for military AI applications. The center is preparing to release a new basic ordering agreement for data services, called the "Data Readiness Artificial Intelligence Development" (DRAID), according to a recent government contracting notice. The tentative release date for the final agreement is the end of March, the notice states. The center is seeking...

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