Kyndi® Calls for Industry Solutions that Bridge Multiple AI Paradigms and Solve Real-World Problems Faster
Kyndi Founder & CEO Ryan Welsh and COO Amy Guarino to Deliver Comments During 5th Annual Global Big Data Conference in Santa Clara, CA, August 29-31
August 29, 2017 – Palo Alto, CA –Kyndi®, which builds artificial intelligence (AI) products and solutions that help organizations to anticipate and act on opportunities and threats, today announced that it is calling upon the AI industry to create solutions that seamlessly interoperate between multiple paradigms while solving real-world problems faster.
Kyndi founder and CEO Ryan Welsh and COO Amy Guarino will be delivering these comments in speeches at the 5th Annual Global Big Data Conference that is taking place August 29-31 in Santa Clara, Calif.
“In order to achieve the enormous promise and potential of AI, the industry needs to remember the teachings of one of its pioneers, Marvin Minsky,” said Welsh. “Minsky’s view of AI was that ‘the power of intelligence stems from our vast diversity, not from any single, perfect principle.’ I believe that AI has kind of gotten stuck because of the obsession for developing that one ‘silver bullet’ solution. In fact, there is no silver bullet in AI. We founded Kyndi to engineer bridges between the different AI paradigms so they work together seamlessly to solve the big problems that matter most for companies and governmental entities.”
Welsh continued: “Organizations of all types and sizes today need to analyze an exponentially growing amount of heterogeneous data to create knowledge and share it across the organization. Our mission at Kyndi is to give customers a competitive edge by enabling them to create vital knowledge faster.”
“One of the primary problems with Big Data today is there is simply too much of it,” said Guarino. “Organizations need a much more efficient and faster way to synthesize their huge amounts of unstructured data to create truly actionable insights. AI can radically transform business by dramatically reducing the time, people and costs required to generate this critical knowledge.”
Welsh‘s presentation, “AI Creating Actionable Knowledge, Faster,” will take place at 1:00 pm-1:40 pm on August 30, the second day of the Conference.
Guarino will participate in two sessions on August 30: “100 Times Faster, 100 Times Smarter: The Real Business Impact of Augmented Intelligence,” 3:30 pm-4:10 pm; and Keynote Panel: The Future of Big Data, 4:50 pm-6:00 pm.
In addition to highlighting AI advances, the 5th Annual Global Big Data Conference features industry thought leaders discussing vertical use cases, development and administration tips, and enterprise data architecture.
Kyndi’s proven artificial intelligence (AI) products and solutions give organizations an edge in a fiercely competitive world. The company’s natural language understanding technology helps business and governmental customers anticipate future intentions, opportunities and threats. This allows them to create fully auditable knowledge faster and then act decisively and smarter to compete more effectively and win. With Kyndi’s AI-based platform, customers achieve strong ROI by dramatically amplifying productivity so they can generate the critical answers and intelligence they need to succeed. Based in Silicon Valley, Kyndi is backed by leading venture investors. For more information, visit www.kyndi.com.
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