Coast Guard Partners With JAIC for AI, Predictive Maintenance Efforts

Jeff Brody

Capt. Michael Dickey, the U.S. Coast Guard’s C4IT Service Center commander, said the service branch is working with the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center on capabilities like predictive maintenance, FCW reported Tuesday

Dickey told attendees at an AFCEA event that the Coast Guard has deployed one of its personnel to JAIC and is seeking to implement AI for aircraft maintenance and data analysis. The DoD is working on data collection efforts as it seeks to develop systems that can process large amounts of data, he noted. 

The USCG official added that there is “some potential for humanitarian applications" such as search ans rescue for the collated mission data. 

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