Reston, VA – Finch Computing, developers of the innovative natural language processing software Finch for Text® that is used by a variety of Defense and Intelligence customers, today announced that it will be attending the annual U.S. Army TechNet Conference where Finch Computing Vice President of Operations Steve Scibetta will present and demo the technology from the company’s booth on the exhibit floor.
“We have supported DoD customers and use cases for some time and are thrilled to showcase Finch for Text® along with some recent product advancements to the Army and broader DoD community at this event,” Scibetta said.
With “Combined Arms Maneuver in Cyberspace: Building the Multi Domain Force,” as the 2019 theme, TechNet 2019 is being held August 19-23 in Augusta, Georgia. The event gives participants the opportunity to examine and explore the intricacies of the cyber domain. With assistance from the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and industry experts, the conference is designed to open the lines of communication and facilitate networking, education and problem solving. Leaders and operators also discuss procurement challenges the military, government, and industry face during a time of uncertain budgets and runaway technology advances.
To learn more about Finch Computing, including about Finch for Text® and its DoDo use cases, please visit www.finchcomputing.com.