Aible Unveils New Tableau Extension for Optimizing Business Impact with AutoML

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A new press release states, “Today Aible announced the upcoming launch of its new Aible for Tableau Extension. The Aible for Tableau extension empowers viewers of Tableau to optimize business impact with AI in Tableau. With Aible and Tableau, Tableau authors can easily create and democratize AI across the enterprise for anyone to get predictions, run what-if scenarios, and get actionable recommendations. Aible business-ready AutoML provides a simple guided experience for Tableau authors to build predictive models right within Tableau in minutes. With point-and-click ease, Tableau talent can automatically create machine learning models using popular open source algorithms such as TensorFlow, GBM, H2O.ai, Spark, Scikit-learn and more. The company will be giving live demonstrations at booth #424 during Tableau Conference.”

The release goes on, “Aible partnered with Tableau Software, the leading analytics platform, to enable Tableau users to easily add AI to their existing BI environment and deliver more value from their BI investment. The Aible Extension for Tableau is an AI amplifier that provides Tableau users with a seamless end-to-end BI+AI experience that delivers measurable business impact. ‘Over the past decade, analytics managers have struggled to find data scientists and upskill existing data analyst talent. Steep data science learning curves, long experimental projects, and unfamiliar terminology prevented AI success,’ said Jen Underwood, VP of Product Management for Aible. ‘With the Aible for Tableau extension, data analysts can finally easily build and use actionable predictive and prescriptive models within Tableau. Our business-ready AutoML shows AI results in meaningful business language with actionable recommendations to rapidly get value’.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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