At a time when artificial intelligence is advancing, the GEOINT community is scrambling to suss out the “why’s” and “how’s” of layering human intelligence into the equation.
The United States is facing increased competition from China and others. Maintaining its edge demands a commitment to cutting-edge R&D, says Dr. John Beieler, director of science and technology at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
There must be a new way of thinking about artificial intelligence and information processing. GEOINT must move beyond maps and imagery.
In response to increasing threats and deluges of data, NGA sets its sights on talent in double-edged strategy that builds up its own professional base while opening its doors to non-traditional commercial and consumer users.
Four panelists discuss the existing geospatial technologies found in space, air, ground and water, and how the fusion of data strategies continues to evolve Geospatial Intelligence.
Panelists at GEOINT Foreword discuss data analysis for first responders