CodiLime’s data science brand seeks to help innovative organizations employ the newest achievements in artificial intelligence. Its mission and strategy are based on the company’s proven competencies in machine learning and deep learning. CodiLime’s decision to focus even more on AI solutions has prompted it to change its brand name, from ‘deepsense.io’ to ‘deepsense.ai’.
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Intel has invited deepsense.io to co-operate on the Intel Student Developer Program for AI, which was designed to help students learn the practical side of machine learning. The program builds on the success Intel has achieved in the US.
On stage at GPU Technology Conference, deepsense.io revealed the initial results of joint case study with Nielsen on deep learning application for retail analytics and reference data management.
The deepsense.io team makes a significant contribution to the satellite imagery project hosted at Kaggle.com aimed at increasing the efficiency of the decision-making process for the UK’s defence and security.
deepsense.io congratulates Cloudera on acquiring Sense.io and their recent launch of the Cloudera Data Science Workbench. “Well done, but too late!” – says deepsense.io’s CEO Tomasz Kulakowski, and asks: “Why allow Cloudera’s vendor locking instead of using deepsense.io’s Neptune – a DevOps platform for machine and deep learning experiments, which works with any Hadoop distribution (incl. Hortonworks, Cloudera and MapR) and any cloud provider (such as AWS, MS Azure, Google Cloud Platform) as well as available on-premises?”
While modern manufacturing technology is starting to incorporate machine learning throughout the production process, predictive algorithms are being used to plan machine maintenance adaptively rather than on a fixed schedule. And these are only the tip of the iceberg.
deepsense.io is pleased to announce the results of its multi-month machine learning-based collaboration with the United Nations Office of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
Menlo Park, CA and Warsaw-based CodiLime ranks 2nd in this year’s Deloitte Central Europe Technology Fast 50 list of the region’s fastest-growing tech companies. CodiLime provides IT consulting and software engineering services in three core areas: networks, security as well as Big Data & deep learning through its deepsense.io subsidiary.
deepsense.io announced the launch of Neptune – its innovative machine learning platform for managing multiple data science experiments. The premiere took place at the inaugural A.I. Conference (September 26-27) as well as this year’s Strata + Hadoop World (September 27-29), both being held in New York City.
Latest version of deepsense.io’s flagship Big Data product now features Spark 2.0 support, external Spark clusters, and custom operations and notebooks in R