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Anytime Learning: A Step Toward Life-Long AI Machine Learning

Dr. James Crowder, Systems Fellow, Colorado Engineering Inc.
Dr. Shelli Friess, LPC, NCC, ACS, School of Counseling, Walden University
Dr. John Carbone, Department of Electrical and Computer Eng., Southern Methodist University

Current machine learning architectures, strategies, and methods are typically static and non-interactive, making them incapable of adapting to changing and/or heterogeneous data environments, either in real-time, or in near-real-time. Typically, in real-time applications, large amounts of disparate data must be processed, learned from, and actionable intelligence provided in terms of recognition of evolving activities. Applications like Rapid Situational Awareness (RSA) used for support of critical systems (e.g., Battlefield Management and Control) require critical analytical assessment and decision support by automatically processing massive and increasingly amounts of data to provide recognition of evolving events, alerts, and providing actionable intelligence to operators and analysts.

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