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JAIC Transfers GAMECHANGER Program to DoD
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The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) announced that GAMECHANGER, an AI-enabled policy Natural Language Process search capability and centralized document repository for the DoD, is fully developed, and transferred ownership to the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense Comptroller (OUSD-C)!
“The JAIC saw a real problem with how the DoD searched for policy and applied revolutionary technology to provide real value to the department,” said Gregory Little, deputy comptroller of OUSD-C. “In my comptroller role, I am, of course, the most excited about applying GAMECHANGER to gain better visibility and understanding across our various budget exhibits. This product is a perfect example of what can happen with great teamwork!”
The fully scalable and easily adaptable capability residing in the Advana platform allows users to capitalize on its interoperability, simplification, and expedited document delivery at a fraction of the time otherwise spent searching across various databases.
GAMECHANGER’s ownership transfer represents two significant milestones in the DoD. The development of a tool from concept to maturation with proven success and the most widely available AI-enabled capability across the DoD. GAMECHANGER boasts over 7,500 users, 38,000 documents, and 28 authoritative sources!
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