TruEra Collaborates with Intel to Offer AI Model Quality Assurance

TruEra, provider of a suite of AI Quality management, is partnering with Intel to help enterprises improve AI model quality and accelerate the business impact of AI.

The combination of TruEra software and Intel hardware helps enterprises assess AI model quality quickly and collect critical data to refine models over time for optimal performance, according to the vendors.

As part of the Intel Disruptor Program, TruEra and Intel are collaborating to accelerate AI Quality analytics and explainable AI on Intel platforms. The two companies are creating integrated solutions and deployment options, by integrating TruEra AI Quality and AI explainability analytics into end-to-end data pipeline workflows and reference architectures on the latest 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with built-in AI accelerators. These workflows will be published on the Intel DevCloud. TruEra will also integrate with, an Intel Company, the flexible AI and Machine Learning platform for running AI solutions across infrastructures.

“There are many contributors to measuring and managing AI quality,” said Will Uppington, co-founder and CEO of TruEra. “Certainly TruEra’s software is critical, and so is the platform it runs on. Running AI applications is very workload intensive, as is TruEra’s analysis of those underlying ML models. We are proud to be part of Intel’s Disruptor program, where we can work together to ensure that customers are getting the insights that they need quickly, to drive better model performance.”

TruEra addresses the next big challenge of AI – the quality challenge. TruEra’s solutions help ensure model quality by providing key model evaluation and performance analytics in the development phase, and then monitoring in live use to ensure rapid debugging and optimal ongoing performance.

TruEra will host a technical session at Intel Innovation 2022, Intel’s technical conference for global developers, architects and engineering leaders, September 27-28 in San Jose, California.

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