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AI-powered weapon-target pairing and computer vision among new Parsons tech


March 10, 2021

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

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CENTREVILLE, Va. Parsons Corporation announced that it is developing and deploying artificial intelligence (AI) across a wide array of federal solutions and critical infrastructure projects to solve challenging problems, produce actionable intelligence, and improve user experience. 

For example, the company claims it has developed an AI-enabled weapon-target pairing algorithm, with initial tests showing accuracy and speed results; produced an electronic warfare (EW) planning optimization tool-set named TEMPO (Tactical Electronic Warfare Machine Learning Planning Optimization); and recently won a classified research and development contract to develop constellation task scheduling algorithms based on organically developed AI technology.

Following the company's successful integrations of Polaris Alpha, OGSystems, and Braxton Technologies, Parsons claims it is aiming to reach the full potential of computer vision, decision support systems, semantic technology, evolutionary algorithms, fuzzy logic, optimization, machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP), autonomous systems, and ontology/knowledge representation.

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