Army posts AI2C BAA

On June 14, the U.S. Army issued a broad agency announcement (BAA) for the Artificial Intelligence Integration Center (AI2C). The BAA will be open for one year.

The AI2C is seeking artificial intelligence research and development whitepapers and proposals in support of new technologies and translational research-based approaches that support the identification, alignment, and exploitation of basic, applied, and advanced research.

  Areas of Interest

  1. Autonomous Platforms

The Army is interested in research in autonomous ground and air vehicles, which must operate in open, urban, and cluttered environments. Robotics and autonomous systems regardless of their missions require similar concepts and technologies.

  1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Algorithms (AI/ML)

The Army is interested in core algorithmic improvements.

  1. AI/ML Decision Support

The Army is interested in research on AI algorithms and systems to improve decision making across all echelons.

  1. Human-AI Integration

The Army is interested in AI/ML research in areas which can reduce the cognitive burden on humans and improve overall performance through human-machine integration.

  1. Synthetic Environments

The Army is interested in research that enables improved situational awareness and the visualization and navigation of large data sets to enhance operational activities and training and readiness.

  1. Distributed AI

The Army is interested in effectively leveraging modern AI and ML techniques for both enterprise and tactical applications.

  1. Underpinning Methodologies

The Army is interested in methodologies, frameworks, tools, facilities, techniques, and experimentation concepts, which underpin and enable advanced research and development.

  1. Special Topics


Review the AI2C BAA.

Source: SAM

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