Shield AI has developed a technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to power drones, designed to protect both service members and civilians using intelligent systems. The company's technology allows machines to carry out complex, unscripted tasks in denied and dynamic environments without any direct input from operators. Their systems also offer an integrated AI framework for data management and analysis, scalable simulation, and self-directed learning which significantly speeds up product development workflows and addresses crucial information gaps. This enables teams of aircraft to perform a range of missions, from clearing rooms to penetrating air defense systems, and even dog fighting.
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Shield AI has raised $200 million in new funding as it looks to scale its autonomous flying systems for the U.S. military and its allies.
Defense technology company Shield AI said Tuesday it received a valuation of $2.7 billion with backing from Cathie Wood’s Ark Invest in a $200 million Series F round of venture funding led by the U.S. Innovative Technology Fund and Riot Ventures. Returning in…
A separate set of software-first companies — tech start-ups such as Shield AI and Anduril that are funded by hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital — are vying for the right to sell the Pentagon the artificial intelligence algorithms that will handle mission decisions.
Arthur AI is taking its AI observability a step further with the launch today of Arthur Shield, which is essentially a firewall for AI data.
Defense technology continues to get a lot of attention from investors, and today, one of the bigger startups in the space is announcing more funding. Shield AI — which develops platforms and planes for autonomous flying systems, targeting the U.S. m
Shield announces it has raised $20 million in series B funding for a solution that uses AI to stop data leaks.
The telecom industry has long been under the threat of fraud. While traditional fraud management systems (FMS) have managed to stop some fraud attacks, there hasn’t been a comprehensive solution. AB Handshake presented AI Shield, an AI-based FMS that eliminat…
Technology built with defense in mind is getting some significant and serious traction at the moment, spurred by world events, advances in technology, and a growing appetite from end users to invest in more innovative ways to protect themselves. In the latest…