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Cool Companies in Cognitive Computing

OpenText, a provider of enterprise information management solutions, recently introduced a new artificial intelligence platform that combines open source machine learning to offer users machine-assisted decision making, automation, and business optimization, in an easy to use package.

Progress, a provider of application development and deployment technologies, takes a cognitive-first approach, and recently acquired DataRPM, a provider of cognitive predictive maintenance software for the industrial IoT (IIoT) market, to fuel this strategy.

RapidMiner offers a unified data science platform that accelerates the creation of complete analytical workflows from data prep to machine learning to deployment in a single environment, improving efficiency and shortening the time to value for data science projects.

RAVN offers Applied Cognitive Engine (ACE), which offers capabilities that go far beyond merely searching for documents and webpages, including machine learning tools and automatic extraction of key data from the unstructured data under management.

Saffron Technology offers patented technology that mimics humans’ natural ability to learn, remember, and reason in real-time and is targeted at defense, healthcare, manufacturing, and financial services.

SAP has relaunched SAP Leonardo (previously known as its brand for IoT) as its digital brand, including IoT solutions, to take advantage of advances in big data and analytics, the ability to connect people, things, and business with the SAP Cloud Platform, and technologies such as machine learning to enable IoT and Industry 4.0 strategies across digital logistics, manufacturing, and asset management.

SAS has been solving customer problems with cognitive capabilities for years, and contributes critical components to the cognitive computing mix, including natural language processing and open, deep learning API (application programming interface) libraries sitting on top of advanced analytics, including the new SAS Viya platform.

Search Technologies, recently acquired by Accenture, offers a proprietary Content Processing Framework and collection of API-level data connectors—which enable access to unstructured enterprise data across disparate and legacy systems—that will be integrated into the Accenture Insights Platform, helping clients embed analytics and AI into their business to generate new intelligence at speed and scale.

Sinequa provides a cognitive search and analytics platform for Fortune Global 2000 companies and government agencies. Using advanced natural language processing and machine learning algorithms, the solution offers insights extracted from structured and unstructured data.

SparkCognition, launched in 2014 in Austin, Texas, provides clients with patented AI-powered products to enhance cyber security, and state-of-the-art machine learning technology to identify and prevent equipment failures before they happen.

Tamr offers patented software that fuses the power of machine learning with knowledge of an organization’s data to automate the rapid unification of data silos at scale.

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