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In-Q-Tel Partners With DataRobot to Deliver Machine Learning Support to Gov’t Agencies

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 3, 2018 — In-Q-Tel has entered into a strategic partnership with DataRobot to deliver the latter’s automated machine learning technologies to its partners in government, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

DataRobot said March 26 it will provide artificial intelligence analytics capability to help government agencies make faster predictive decisions in response to cybersecurity threats and fraud.

The company’s machine learning platform is used across industries such as banking, insurance and healthcare, said Erin Hawley, public sector vice president at DataRobot.

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