Bringing Practical Artificial Intelligence Solutions to Government at the Premier GPU Conference
McLean, VA – Following the unveiling of its new capabilities in artificial intelligence (Ai), Alion Science and Technology, headquartered in McLean, Va., has announced its role as a Platinum Sponsor of GTC DC 2018, part of NVIDIA’s premier GPU Technology Conference series. “GTC DC is a place for serious technologists and government leaders to connect and learn about the newest advancements in deep learning, artificial intelligence, and so much more,” said Alion Chief Technology Officer Todd Borkey. “Our decision to sponsor this event was driven by two things: A belief that we are uniquely positioned to help federal agencies cut through the noise surrounding Ai and drill down on solutions that make sense for their missions, and a deep respect for the technology that NVIDIA brings to the table.” Several of Alion’s deep learning technologies will be on display at the event, which focuses attention on the public sector and the problems facing the federal government that Ai can help to address. In addition, Todd Borkey will be joined by Alion’s Director of Artificial Intelligence Chris Milroy in a session, “Engineering, Not Magic,” to present a three-part recipe that government leaders can use to assess a problem’s Ai readiness, effectively target investments, and preempt the challenges that many organizations face when implementing Ai. “We believe Alion has the potential to help bring Ai to critical agencies with practical, real-world applications,” said Anthony Robbins, NVIDIA VP of Public Sector. “We are thrilled to have them as Platinum Sponsors for this year’s event, in addition to partnering with them on several programs we think will make a real impact for the federal government.” More details about Alion’s learning sessions and live demonstrations at GTC DC 2018 can be found at www.www.alionscience.com/GTCDC.
About Alion Science and Technology
At Alion, we combine large company resources with small business responsiveness to design and deliver engineering solutions across six core capability areas. With an 80-year technical heritage and an employee-base comprised of more than 30% veterans, we bridge invention and action to support military readiness from the lab to the battle space. Our engineers, technologists, and program managers bring together an agile engineering methodology and the best tools on the market to deliver mission success faster and at lower costs. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards; as such, Alion is ISO 9001:2008 certified and maintains CMMI Level 3-appraised development facilities. Based just outside of Washington, D.C., we help our clients achieve practical innovations by turning big ideas into real solutions. To learn more, visit www.www.alionscience.com.
NVIDIA’s (NASDAQ: NVDA) invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics, and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world. More information at http://nvidianews.nvidia.com.
Donna Charapich Alion Science and Technology 1.703.269.3473 [email protected]