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Celonis Launches Enterprise-Class, Big Data Analytics Process Mining Platform Powered by AI Machine Learning

Celonis announced it has launched an enterprise-class, big data analytics process mining platform fueled by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. The Celonis Proactive Insights Engine (Pi) acts as an automated advisor that gives full, unbiased visibility into all business processes and uncovers hidden inefficiencies while providing prescriptive recommendations on how to fix them in real time.

One Stop Systems Introduces a New Line of GPU Accelerated Servers for Deep Learning

One Stop Systems, Inc. (OSS), a leader in PCI Express® (PCIe®) expansion technology, introduces two new deep learning appliances, OSS-PASCAL4 and OSS-PASCAL8. The OSS-PASCAL8 is a 170 TeraFLOP engine with 80GB/s NVIDIA® NVLink™ for the largest deep learning models.

How Machine Learning is Changing the Way the Back Office Does Business

In this special guest feature, Eric Bussy, Worldwide Corporate Marketing and Product Management Director at Esker, discusses the importance of machine learning for enabling back office processes.

Interview: Drew Conway, Founder and CEO of Alluvium

I recently caught up with Drew Conway, founder and CEO of Alluvium, to talk about the new Mesh Intelligence his new startup is creating for Industrial IoT settings.

Making CRM Intelligent: Salesforce enters the AI space with Einstein release

In this contributed article, Michael Fauscette, Chief Research Officer at G2 Crowd, takes a look at the Salesforce introduction to its new product-darling Einstein and how Einstein will impact Salesforce’s existing platform and why they’re jumping into the AI space.

Book Review: Deep Learning by Goodfellow, Bengio, and Courville

I don’t usually get excited about a new book for the field in which I’ve been deeply involved for quite a long time, but a timely and useful new resource just came out that provided me much anticipation. “Deep Learning” by three experts in the field – Ian Goodfellow, Yoshua Bengio, and Aaron Courville is destined to considered the AI-bible moving forward.

Numenta Brings Brain Theory to Machine Learning in New Paper

Numerous proposals have been offered for how intelligent machines might learn sequences of patterns, which is believed to be an essential component of any intelligent system. Researchers at Numenta Inc. have published a new study, “Continuous Online Sequence Learning with an Unsupervised Neural Network Model,” which compares their biologically-derived hierarchical temporal memory ( HTM) sequence memory to traditional machine learning algorithms.

FPGAs Speed Machine Learning at SC16 Intel Discovery Zone

In this video from SC16, Intel demonstrates how Altera FPGAs can accelerate Machine Learning applications with greater power efficiency. “The demo was put together using OpenCL design tools and then compiled to FPGA. From an end-user perspective, they tied it together using Intel MKL-DNN with CAFFE on top of that. This week, Intel announced the DLIA Deep Learning Inference Accelerator that brings the whole solution together in a box.”

DataRobot Adds Deep Learning and New Techniques to Extract Insights from Advanced Models

Data science pioneer DataRobot announced the latest version of their enterprise machine learning platform. The new release integrates the powerful TensorFlow™ library for deep learning along with new tools to help users extract insights from all models on the platform. The release also updates DataRobot Prime, a premium add-on that allows users to export scoring code and operationalize models in any environment.

Omnity Research Platform Announces Customizable Search and Discovery Engine

Omnity, the next-gen semantic search and discovery platform for knowledge workers, announced it is opening its proprietary artificial intelligence technology to enterprise customers to allow them to organize Omnity’s powerful search tools around their own customized classification systems. Using this new feature — called Dynamic Data Shuffle™ — large corporations and organizations can fully customize the content that they deem most relevant to their search queries.