Whether it be on the battlefield, Wall Street, or the production line, Camgian vice president of operations Doug Gosney told the Kiwanis Club of Starkville that the business is developing a new generation of artificial intelligence-powered technologies that aim to provide clients with the capability to think and act faster than the competition.
On Tuesday, February 28, Gosney and Camgian’s office manager Ann Johnson spoke to the Kiwanians about the work Camgian is focused on.
When he founded in 2006, CEO Gary Butler had the vision of delivering a new generation of intelligent machines.
Through innovations, data science, AI, and software development, Gosney says Camgian technologists are pioneering the next generation of cognitive computing applications to address critical needs of national security and industrial markets.
To read more, see the full Wednesday, March 1st edition of the Starkville Daily News.