Fayetteville State University students Raymond Kimble, Germaine Gregory and Robert Deal have been awarded on-campus internships from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
The three students are working on creating Artificial Intelligence (AI) software that can automatically analyze visual data such as pictures and videos acquired by robot cameras to create meaningful descriptions of environments and events. These descriptions must be concise, stated in natural language and transferred over resource-constrained networks for efficient communication between human soldiers and remotely located surveillance robots. The US Army can potentially use the technology developed from this research to support the warfighter.
Originally published Oct. 1, 2019.