Applying AI And Multi-Agent Techniques To National Security And Business Operations


Friday, April 16, 2004, 10:30am

325b ITE, UMBC

In Today'S Economic Environment There Is An Urgent Need For Both Commercial And Government Enterprises To React Quickly, Flexibly, And Accurately To Changing Conditions. Under Contract To The Us Government, Quantum Leap Innovations (Qli) Is Developing And Applying Artificial Intelligence And Multi-Agent System Techniques To Help Provide Early Detection And Response To National Security Threats, Such As Biological And Chemical Attacks. The Three-Phase Approach Incorporates Awareness (Data Fusion, Knowledge Management, Reasoning), Action (Optimization, Planning, Scheduling), And Control (Presentation, Decision Making, Collaboration).

Donald Steiner Will Discuss How Qli Is Applying Artificial Intelligence To Address National Security Issues And The Benefits Of This Technology To Commercial Businesses. Qli Is Also Applying These Techniques In The Commercial Domain To Solve Problems Such As Analysis Of Business Operations, Early Detection Of Business Problems, Real-Time Planning And Dynamic Scheduling, And Complex Decision Making In Distributed And Collaborative Environments.

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