May 19, 2016
Author: Roger Kay
All that data spewing off our increasingly instrumented world is hard to understand — unless it’s presented visually.
You might ask what the difference is between most Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies and Sparkcognition. Here it is: while at other firms, humans build models; SparkCognition puts them together with algorithms. Rather than roughing out one model and then doing a bunch of testing, SparkCognition continually tests and fits models to data accumulating in real time, an architecture that allows it to deal with big data.
But it’s not primarily a big-data company. It’s an AI company. Without foregone conclusions about what might be happening, SparkCognition algorithms keep probing for relationships and possible explanations without any a priori idea of what’s going on.
This fantastic flexibility, along with the speed of computer technology, allows SparkCognition to come to conclusions fast enough for real-time intervention. […]
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