• To build successful practices, KM leaders must integrate machine and human capabilities into a socio-technical system. Join David Kamien, CEO of Mind-Alliance Systems at the KM Showcase on January 18th, 2018 at the Sheraton Tysons. David will be speaking about “Collaborative Intelligence and the New KM” within Track II for the KM Manager and Leader.  The Mind-Alliance approach to solving KM problems accounts for the impact of people, collaboration processes, culture, and the effective integration of artificial intelligence on the flow of information. David will describe how you can use this approach to:
    • Pinpoint information gaps
    • Find productivity and decision-making bottlenecks
    • Optimize human workflows with machine learning
    • Shape your firm culture to reward proactivity and effective information sharing
  • David will share his insights gained from real-world projects with law firms, government agencies, and NGOs (Non-governmental organizations).   To hear a unique perspective within the showcase on how to create collaborative networks of humans and AI, with a clear 360-degree view of relationships and context, and to meet one of the leaders in the industry, register for the showcase here.

  • David Kamien, CEO of Mind-Alliance Systems, and co-author Prof. Tope Omitola, from the University of Southhampton and an advisor to Mind-Alliance, will present their paper on “MindCollect: An Information Needs Management System for Coalition Situational Awareness, Sensemaking, Decision Making, and Mission Integration” at the KSCO/ICCRTS 2016 conference from Sept 6-8 in London, UK.


  • David Kamien, CEO of Mind-Alliance Systems, will deliver a keynote address on the Digital Transformation of Emergency Management on June 1, 2016 at the MEMA Homeland Security and Emergency Management Symposium in Ocean City, MD. His talk will survey the myriad new technologies that are available to emergency management communities, discuss related challenges and opportunities, and provide a strategic framework for the successful digital transformation of your emergency management program. If you’d like to participate in a survey on digital technologies in emergency management that will inform the talk, please go here. See you at the Symposium!


  • Mind-Alliance recently conducted a 3-day process-mapping workshop for the Vermont Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. The workshop included participants from the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC), State Support Functions, and local municipalities. Participants learned how to identify SEOC processes and tasks, and use Mind-Alliance’s new Collector software – a simple Q&A information gathering tool – to define the information flows and dependencies between those tasks. 96% of participants achieved the learning objectives and many stated that the workshop brought enhanced clarity and a common understanding of the collaboration needed to respond to a crisis.


  • Mind-Alliance Systems, LLC, in partnership with SparkBeyond, completed a successful predictive analytics project for the World Bank’s Controller’s Vice Presidency in June 2014. By fusing World Bank data with its World Knowledge Graph — containing billions of facts sourced from thousands of external, non-traditional sources including Wikipedia, OpenStreetMap, and the UN — SparkBeyond built a production-grade model that successfully predicted World Bank project attributes, and did so significantly faster than traditional methods.


  • Mind-Alliance is happy to announce that NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) has extended our contract to continue to support their information sharing and collaboration needs with our Channels software and technical support.


  • Mind-Alliance Systems, LLC, the pioneer of information sharing and collaboration planning software, today announces that effective from the 27th of May 2014, it has been granted a US patent (No. 8738325) for the method and system for analyzing information transfer that underpins its Channels product. 


  • NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) has chosen Mind-Alliance’s Channels software to support the NATO “Information Sharing Planning Experiment.” Channels will be used to improve the reliability and speed of NATO’s DCIS (Deployable Communication and Information Systems) by producing procedures and CONOPS with robust information sharing and communications protocols.


  • Mind-Alliance is sponsoring and exhibiting the 2013 Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency conference “Building a Safer Tomorrow,” May 28-29, in Worcester.


  • David Kamien, CEO of Mind-Alliance will present at the 10th NATO Network Enabled Capability (NNEC) Conference, in Lisbon, Portugal from 23 – 25 April 2013. Mind-Alliance Systems is presenting its Channels Information Sharing Management software, which enables military and non-military stakeholders to create, analyze, improve and deploy the information sharing protocols needed to achieve mission success in complex and dynamic environments.


  • The 2nd edition of The McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Handbook is available for pre-order on This important resource features 50 chapters by leading homeland security professionals, a foreword by former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff and in-depth discussion of information sharing planning planning by Mind-Alliance CEO David Kamien and CTO Jean-Francois Cloutier.


  • David Kamien, CEO & Co-Founder of Mind-Alliance Systems, will be presenting the CHANNELS Information Sharing Planning and Management solution at the 2012 NATO Network Enabled Capability Conference on 27–29 March 2012 sponsored by NATO Supreme Allied Command Transformation. The 2012 NNEC Conference theme will focus on challenges related to NNEC as a basis for future mission networks. Other conference speakers include senior officers from NATO and alliance nations, and major technology companies.


  • Mind-Alliance presented the CHANNELS Information Sharing Planning solution at the 2nd Workshop on Multinational Cooperation in Civil Military Interoperability Workshop organized by the NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A) held on 21-22 November 2011 at the National Defence Academy in Sofia (Bulgaria). The workshop brought together a range of organizations dealing with Disaster Relief/Crisis Management/Humanitarian Operations in Other-Than-War (OTW) scenarios and was prepared in coordination with NATO OPS/Planning, ACT, and the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Bulgaria. Mind-Alliance, Google, and IBM were the only companies endorsed by the U.S. government and invited by NC3A to present.


  • Mind-Alliance Systems joins UN Disaster Risk Reduction Private Sector Partnership – Mind-Alliance, the leader of Information Sharing Management software for homeland security, emergency preparedness, and business continuity professionals, today announced that it has joined the United Nations Disaster Risk Reduction Private Sector Partnership to support work aimed at enhancing national and local resilience to disaster.


  • Mind-Alliance will be presenting a paper at the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security.


  • Mind-Alliance will be participating in the Venture Association NJ Fall Entrepreneurs Expo & Elevator Pitch Olympics on November 14th.


  • Mind-Alliance participated in Pitch Live, a part of the Global Security Challenge global finals on October 24 & 25 at the Business Design Centre in London, UK.


  • Mind-Alliance attended the Security & Defense Agenda roundtable on The Need to Know: European Information-Sharing on September 22nd.


  • Mind-Alliance was a East Coast Finalist in the SME category in the 2011 Global Security Challenge at The Embassy of Australia, Washington DC.