Aible Announces Partnership with Tableau Software

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According to a recent press release, “Aible, the innovators of AI for business impact, today announced a partnership with Tableau, the leading visual analytics platform. With this new partnership, and just a click of a button, Tableau users can amplify their investments and seamlessly supercharge their data with AI. This news comes after Aible officially launched earlier today, announcing the industry’s only Real World AI trained for measurable business impact, not simply accuracy. To date, AI has been trained to achieve the highest accuracy, but this unrealistically assumes that all costs and benefits are equal. In business, the benefit of a correct prediction is never equal to the cost of a wrong one. An AI trained for accuracy would never recognize this cost-benefit tradeoff.”

The release goes on, “Aible allows business users to create custom AI based on a company’s real world cost-benefit imbalances and operational constraints. This innovative model for Real World AI helps business users understand the implications of the AI before deploying it. Aible makes AI accessible to anyone with a business problem to solve and curiosity, no previous training or data science experience required. ‘Tableau transformed BI by making Visual Analytics accessible to business users. We believe custom Real World AI needs to be accessible to everyone and, to this end, we have created a seamless experience, completely inside the Tableau environment that any businessperson can use,’ said Arijit Sengupta, founder and CEO of Aible. ‘For AI to be pervasive, it cannot require expensive consulting to set up nor deep expertise to use. Aible will enable Tableau customers to easily add AI to their existing BI environment and get more out of their BI investment. And Aible is so easy to use, at a recent UC Berkeley AI Summit, high school students were up-and-running with Aible in one hour, delivering optimized recommendations that rivaled those of expert data scientists’.“

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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