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John Snow Labs Launches First White Label Data Science Platform

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release out of the company, “John Snow Labs, an award winning global data operations company, today announces the launch of the first-ever fully white label data science platform. The solution is designed to help technology companies, healthcare providers, researchers, governments and non-profit organizations use data to improve human well-being. John Snow Labs’ complete enterprise-grade platform provides businesses a cost-effective solution to build, scale, deploy and operate AI products and services in existing on-premise or cloud architectures. The Data Lab solution provides companies with the full source code and the right to modify and extend it at will, giving them full control of their intellectual property, eliminating licensing costs as they scale, and securely taking them ‘from zero to production’ with live models in less than 3 months.”

The release goes on, “John Snow Labs offers the data science platform with three distinct operating options. First, customers can request the deployment of a custom platform which they operate independently after training. Second, customers can sign up for software maintenance and support, which keeps them up to date with the latest cutting-edge data science and big data libraries. Finally, the platform can be fully managed, allowing the customer to focus entirely on building their own models and applications. Customers can switch between these options over time.”

Learn more at John Snow Labs.

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