Daily AI Roundup: Biggest Machine Learning, Robotic And Automation Updates – April 5
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Monitaur, an AI governance software company, announced the general availability of GovernML, the latest addition to its ML Assurance platform, designed for enterprises committed to responsible AI. Offered as a web-based, SaaS application, GovernML enables enterprises to establish and maintain a system of record of model governance policies, ethical practices, and model risk across their entire AI portfolio.
Exabel, the alternative data analytics platform for investment teams, and Visible Alpha, a financial technology company that enhances the investment research process by extracting value from sell-side analyst spreadsheet models, research reports and corporate access events, are delighted to announce that Visible Alpha’s data will now be available via the Exabel platform.
mParticle, the largest independent Customer Data Platform, announced that Channel 4 Television Corporation, a British free-to-air public-service television network, has selected mParticle as its customer data infrastructure to support the company in making data-led decisions. mParticle will play a foundational role in the company’s Future4 strategy which has set Channel 4 on a path to thrive in the digital age.
Avast, a global leader in digital security and privacy, has enhanced its all-in-one protection service Avast One with new features designed to protect people from online scams, fraud, and other personal privacy threats. A key enhancement, Email Guardian, makes it easier to spot malicious communications so that everyone, no matter their technical expertise, can stay safe from scams by proactively scanning web links in messages before they are opened and blocking malicious attachments sent to and from email accounts.
NetAbstraction, the network privacy and security company, announced the appointment of cloud security innovator and infosec luminary Dustin Willis Webber as Chief Security Officer. Dustin will drive security innovation, strategy and development of NetAbstraction’s products that enable customers to disguise their organizational resources and communications on the Internet and in the cloud.
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