NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory is developing the AUDREY (Assistant for Understanding Data through Reasoning, Extraction, and sYnthesis) technology to support NASA and Department of Defense needs for data analytics, autonomy, test & evaluation, and cyber security applications. This presentation will focus on the application of the AUDREY technology to support the Department of Homeland Security Next Generation First Responder Program. We will discuss the architecture and application of the collaborative AUDREY artificial intelligence personal assistant with simultaneous reasoning and learning capabilities to address the dynamic environment, insufficient training set, unreliable communications, and incomplete sensor data challenges.
Dr. Edward Chow is the Manager of the Civil Program Office at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the JPL Principal Investigator for the Real-time Automated Insight Engine for Data to Decision (RAID) Project funded by OSD T&E S&T C4T to develop the next generation artificial intelligence technologies to enable system of system test automation in distributed T&E environment. Dr. Chow received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California in 1988. Dr. Chow is the recipient of the NASA Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal and the JPL Lew Allen Award.