NT Concepts’ Chris Powell: Agencies Should Combine Machine Learning, DevOps to Reap Enterprise-Level Benefits

Jeff Brody
Chris Powell

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 9, 2020 — Chris Powell, chief technology officer of NT Concepts, said government agencies can build an integrated enterprise data pipeline by combining machine learning and DevOps approaches, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

In an article posted Tuesday on the company's website, Powell wrote that a Machine Learning Operations pipeline will work to help organizations automate the categorization of data, create models and oversee processes.

“Using a MLOps approach can help your agency continuously iterate, refine and deploy models at an enterprise level,” he added.

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