A Secure, AI-Driven Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Sharing Platform

J. Carney
MARi, LLC, Virginia, United States

Poster stand number: W151

Keywords: RRL, knowledge sharing, AI platform,

The Navy needs to close skill gaps more quickly and the current process for skill gap identification, formal training content development, and distribution to the fleet takes too long. The Navy seeks to enable machine-facilitated peer-to-peer knowledge sharing among Sailor and Marine warfighters. A secure, automated, and vetted “YouTube for the Navy” can provide a scalable, relevant and ready learning platform that aligns with how the new generation of Sailors and Marines consumes content and learns skills. Through the use of knowledge object analytics, intelligent approval routing, and automated maintenance, the Realtime Knowledge Sharing (RKS) platform will use peer-generated content, comments, and interactions to push and pull content to relevant learners.