Datameer has unveiled SmartAI, a solution for deploying deep-learning models within data-lake environments. The application makes it possible to apply deep learning to business scenarios, according to the company, while adhering to the security, governance and data management standards set by IT. SmartAI combines the data management and pipelining capabilities of Datameer with Google TensorFlow, a platform used for deep learning analytics. This allows for scannable runtime execution of the TensorFlow model with Datameer jobs and facilitates the integration of deep learning results to downstream applications and tools.

Genpact launches AI platform

Genpact has launched Genpact Cora, an artificial intelligence platform aimed at allowing businesses to capture and crunch data, automate repetitive processes and generate insights. Designed to serve as a business’ digital infrastructure, Genpact Cora combines robotic processes and intelligent automation, plus computer vision, computational linguistics and other AI technologies, with Genpact’s data analytics and process expertise.

Information Builders tackles BI with process innovation model

Information Builders has developed its own brand of process innovation based on the Design Thinking methodology. The approach allows customers to improve their business intelligence and analytics, by allowing them to research, design and construct tailed WebFOCUS applications. This offers a way for businesses to modernize their BI and analytics environment, according to the company.

PartCycle upgrades used-part mart with AI app

PartCycle.com’s new artificial intelligence software is designed to provide buyers with accurate inventory descriptions on the online broker’s used-part marketplace. Known as Inventory A.I., the software automatically translates a seller’s raw inventory data into accurate and descriptive phrases that display with each item on PartCycle’s website. It also assigns a clear grade to every part based on each part’s description, mileage and condition.

Imagga unveils on-premise visual AI solution

Imagga has introduced an on-premise solution for visual AI capable of processing billions of images. This permits organizations with highly sensitive content, such as law enforcement agencies and healthcare providers, to deploy the application within the secure confines of their own servers. The company says its on-premise solution can be deployed quickly and seamlessly on any server equipped with the basic technological requirements.

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