dotData CEO to Present on Innovations in Data Science Automation at Ai4 Finance 2019
SAN MATEO, Calif., August 13, 2019 – dotData, the first and only company focused on delivering full-cycle data science automation and operationalization for the enterprise, today announced that its CEO, Ryohei Fujimaki, Ph.D., will present on the latest innovations in data science automation at Ai4 Finance 2019. The session will take place at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, August 22nd, at Convene, 117 W 46th Street, New York City.
At the conference, Dr. Fujimaki will provide a technical overview of data science automation, focusing on the key innovations that are driving the world of Automated Machine Learning. His presentation will offer insights for technical and business users in the financial services community who need to create a roadmap for their data science practice.
The Ai4 Finance conference brings together business leaders and data practitioners to facilitate the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies by delivering actionable insights from those working on the frontlines of AI in the enterprise.
The dotData Platform accelerates the entire data science process from months to days, enabling companies to rapidly scale their AI/ML initiatives to drive transformative business changes. The dotData Platform also democratizes the data science process by enabling more participants with different skill levels to effectively execute on projects, making it possible for enterprises to operationalize 10x more projects with transparent and actionable outcomes.
“To deliver services and products across multiple channels and with universal access, banks need to be able to leverage their available data to predict how client needs are evolving, what products and services are most likely to be beneficial and their preferred method of interaction,” said Dr. Fujimaki. “Using dotData, banks can leverage the power of AI and Machine Learning, powered by data science acceleration, to optimize their client portfolio offerings.”