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Razorthink Delivers First Deep Learning Data Science Automation Platform

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by Angela Guess

A new press release states, “Razorthink Inc., an innovator in Artificial Intelligence Data Science for the Enterprise, today announced Razorthink Big Brain, the first Deep Learning Data Science Platform that automates the data preparation, modeling, evaluation and deployment of Deep Learning solutions at scale. With Razorthink Big Brain, organizations can quickly generate Expert AIs that supercharge their data science efforts with superior big data predictive analytics and help businesses avoid blind spots by ‘knowing what they don’t know.’ Big Brain generates customized and continually optimized Expert AIs for specific business cases such as customer engagement, fraud detection, credit risk, wealth management and targeted marketing. The Expert AIs are powered by hybrid algorithms that learn without human intervention.”

The release goes on, “Gartner predicts that more than 40 percent of data science tasks will be automated by 2020. ‘’The result will be access to more data sources, including more complex data types; a broader and more sophisticated range of analytics capabilities; and the empowering of a large audience of analysts throughout the organization, with a simplified form of data science,’ according to Gartner, Inc.”

Gary Oliver, Chairman and CEO of Razorthink noted, “We are at a unique time when technology is disrupting almost every industry… Banking is at a critical juncture as Fintech start-ups and tech giants deliver new types of financial products centered around the convenience of digital banking. But traditional financial services firms have the opportunity to create a sustainable competitive advantage if they apply Deep Learning to big data and transform into a customer-centric digital finance business.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Razorthink

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