What is CMIS?
The Center for Multi-INT Studies (CMIS) is located at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. CMIS also has faculty and staff in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Multiple Intelligence (Multi-INT) is an interdisciplinary field seeking to understand how integrating intelligence in and across the intelligence business cycle can vastly improve value of the information generated by collection systems. CMIS conducts a wide range of programs focused on Multi-INT research, education, and discipline maturation. These programs are designed to advance the state-of-the art in the field as well as expand the number, breadth, and depth of researchers and institutions working in this domain.
CMIS seeks to...
- Conduct cutting-edge research and produce valuable research outcomes
- Develop & disseminate high-quality academic products that advance the Multi-INT profession
- Develop & enable a strong Multi-INT community
- Create an "intellectual multiplier effect" to maximize federal investment - share program content, research results, and educational resources across the community
June 27-28, 2018
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California
The Center of Multi-INT Studies (CMIS) at the Naval Postgraduate School is hosting a Technical Exchange that will cover topics on machine learning and deep learning applied to machine cognition and automated sense making for coordinated space systems applications. Presentations and discussions will cover topics in automated sense making where machine cognition is used to distill meaningful knowledge from disparate sources of information. Topics covering how artificial intelligence is used in self-monitoring, recursive design, and detection of an agent’s intent and deliberate behaviors will be examined with a highly focused group of thought-leaders, government experts, and academia.