Today’s Daily AI Round-up covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on Cognitive Analytics Platform, Microsoft Azure, Knowledge-sharing platform, Intelligent Automation/Artificial Intelligence (IAAI), Photonic Edge AI Compact Hardware (PEACH) research and deep neural networks from Parabole.ai, Capacity, Tygart Technology, Inc., Perspecta Inc. and Deeplite, Inc.
Parabole.ai announces that it has moved its Cognitive Analytics Platform onto Microsoft Azure Marketplace to provide clients with knowledge mining capabilities far beyond those available in the market. Enterprise clients use Parabole’s platform to build knowledge mining and search solutions for their customers and employees based on latent information. By moving to Microsoft Azure, Parabole will provide customers with the scalability and robust features of Azure, including the security, built-in indexing, and storage capabilities that are a prerequisite to delivering a truly enterprise-grade Cognitive Analytics service.
St Louis based Capacity which recently received a Series B funding has now hit the market with a new AI-native knowledge-sharing platform. The cloud-based system is designed to capture, mine and connect organizational knowledge. The platform flaunts several cutting edge features to boost workspace productivity.
Tygart Technology Awarded Potential $49 Million Contract to Provide AI Solutions to the US Department of Health and Human Services
Tygart Technology, Inc., provider of Information Technology (IT) services and cloud-based Artificial Intelligence and Biometric Identification solutions, announced it has been awarded a contract by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Tygart will provide advanced Intelligent Automation/Artificial Intelligence (IAAI) solutions to enable the quick development, procurement and adoption of innovative technical solutions. The contract, managed by HHS’ Program Support Center, is a potential five-year, $49 million Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to transform business processes and enhance mission delivery in the federal government.
Perspecta Inc. announced that its innovative applied research arm, Perspecta Labs, was awarded a prime contract from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to provide Photonic Edge AI Compact Hardware (PEACH) research under DARPA’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Exploration program. The contract, which represents new work for the company, has a total value of $1 million and work will be performed over 18 months.
Deeplite, Inc., a Montreal-based start-up that uses Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) to automatically make deep neural networks faster, lighter and energy-efficient – creating Lightweight Intelligence – announced the appointment of successful Canadian technology entrepreneur Nick Romano as President and CEO. After being spun out of TandemLaunch, a company creator and seed fund, the appointment of Mr. Romano is an important step towards the full-scale commercialization of Deeplite’s software platform.
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