Jon Darby joins Intelligent Artifacts advisory board

On October 27, New York, NY-based Intelligent Artifacts announced the addition of former NSA Director of Operations Jon Darby to its growing advisory board. Darby brings nearly 40 years of experience in the U.S. Intelligence Community and expertise in analysis, operations, and cybersecurity.

“Our technology’s ability to ensure information security and protect privacy far exceeds the capabilities in other state-of-the-art AI/ML systems,” says Mike Edwards, Intelligent Artifacts’ chief growth officer. “Jon Darby’s reach and experience within the Intelligence Community will be critical as we establish our AI/ML and Reasoning system as an impactful solution for solving government SIGINT and cybersecurity problems.”

Darby began work at NSA/CSS in 1983, where he started as a Russian language analyst. From there, he served in various field and operations management positions, culminating in his role as director of operations. During his tenure, he led NSA missions including counterterrorism and cybersecurity operations and analysis and production of SIGINT in all mission areas.

When asked about his decision to join Intelligent Artifacts’ advisory board, Jon Darby had this to say: “I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the IA team for a demonstration of their technology. I was already intrigued based on our previous discussions about what the engine could do. Once I saw the capabilities for myself, the wheels started turning as I thought of all the ways the Intelligence Community could utilize this technology to solve many of its most challenging problems. At that moment, I knew I had to be involved.”

Source: Intelligent Artifacts

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