UC grad builds Artificial Intelligence for US Air Force

Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Gene Lee (seated) is operating a simulator developed by Nick Ernest (standing left) for military training and research. Ernest, a University of Cincinnati graduate and Psibernetix president and CEO, is standing next to David Carroll of Psibernetix.(Photo: Lisa Ventre/University of Cincinnati) Gene Lee has decades of experience as a fighter pilot and aerial combat instructor. The talent Lee, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, has as a pilot allowed him to easily and consistently defeat other computer programs used in research and training. That was until he began working with a system developed by a University of Cincinnati doctoral graduate in collaboration with the Air Force Research Laboratory based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Nick Ernest, CEO of Psibernetix, worked with the Air Force to create…


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