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Shield AI co-founder Brandon Tseng and AI engineering senior manager Blythe Towal share advice to keep workers creative, energized, and motivated while working from home in this piece published by Fortune.
Shield AI co-founder Brandon Tseng shared his viewpoints on AI in the national security sector in this piece published by C4ISRNet. Read the full story here.  . 
This article from Defense One, featuring commentary from Shield AI's co-founder and COO Brandon Tseng, discusses the future of role of drones and artificial intelligence technology on the battlefield.  Read the full story here.
Shield AI is featured in the Wall Street Journal's history of robotics video article, documenting the advancements made in artificial intelligence and robotics over the last 100 years.  View the full story here. 
New York Times reporter, Cade Metz, writes, "Shield AI, a start-up in San Diego that has worked with police departments, has developed a drone that can fly into a building and inspect the length and breadth of the premises on its own, with no pilot, in the dark as well as in daylight."
"Despite all the prototype contracts and research grants the Department of Defense feeds to eager startups, that work rarely scales to the type of multimillion-dollar deals the government gives to big prime contractors. It’s a frustrating reality for both sides, particularly as Pentagon officials clamor to infuse emerging technology into defense systems.
"On the battlefield, any doorway can be a death trap.
Textron Systems and Shield AI announced a collaboration effort to integrate Shield AI's software onto Textron’s unmanned systems, with an early focus on U.S. Army modernization priorities. The initial collaboration will focus on sharing exploration data between small unmanned aerial systems developed by Shield AI and unmanned ground vehicles developed by Textron Systems.
Shield AI hosted United States Department of Defense Secretary Mark Esper, accompanied by deputy under secretary of defense acquisition and sustainment Alan Shaffer and several of his staff, to discuss how unmanned systems and AI are supporting the Navy and the joint force. Read the full stor
Shield AI's co-founders Ryan and Brandon Tseng were included in Wired Magazine's annual list of the 25 "People Who Are Making Things Better" alongside Apple's Tim Cook, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Former Vice President Al Gore. Read the full story here.
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