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NSWC Crane, Indiana University Continue R&D Collaboration on AI, Software Assurance

The Crane Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center and Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research are continuing a partnership that aims to develop artificial intelligence and software technologies.

A newly signed cooperative research and development agreement continues a collaboration that NSWC and the university began in 2016, Naval Sea Systems Command said Tuesday.

The original effort resulted in publications and technical efforts executed under the Principles-based Assessment Cybersecurity Toolkit project.

Indiana University's CACR provides cybersecurity research in healthcare, finance, education and critical infrastructure.

The university-based center leverages 17 active agreements under NSWC Crane's Technology Transfer program.

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