Can AI make banks as good as Amazon at knowing customers?

American Banker, Feb 1st, 2017

Banks struggle with customer analytics. They have a lot of data, but they also have old databases, fiefdoms that don’t want to share customer data with one another and a problem in identifying the best ways to use the data.

OpenAI has admirable intentions, but its priorities should change

TechCrunch, Jan 16th, 2017

Artificial intelligence is one of the hottest topics in both business and science. Developers and industry analysts are all-in, building castles in the sky with tales of an impending AI “awakening.”

Is Cybersecurity the Next Frontier for AI?

Nextgov, Dec 20th, 2016

Nextgov spoke with Michael Schmidt, founder of Nutonian, which is currently piloting Eureqa at a few federal agencies, and David Rubal, chief technology officer of analytics at re-seller DLT Solutions, about trends in federal demand for artificial intelligence.

AI makes security systems more flexible

CSO, Nov 8th, 2016

Advances in machine learning are making security systems easier to train and more flexible in dealing with changing conditions, but not all use cases are benefitting at the same rate.

The Fusion Connect IoT Platform to Embed Artificial Intelligence Modeling Engine

Engineering.com, Oct 19th, 2016

Engineers connecting their devices and industrial equipment through Autodesk's Fusion Connect Internet of Things (IoT) platform will soon be able to utilize an artificial intelligence (A.I.) modeling engine to perform predictive analytics on their big data.

Nutonian and Autodesk Join Forces to Offer IoT Analytics and Simplify Data Science

IOTEVOLUTIONWORLD, Oct 19th, 2016

Nutonian, a machine intelligence company, has announced an OEM relationship with Autodesk, the global leader in design software and services. Autodesk's Fusion Connect, an IoT cloud platform, will now embed Nutonian's artificial intelligence modeling engine, Eureqa, to interpret IoT data and maximize business outcomes.

Autodesk, Nutonian partner on IoT analytics

ZDNet, Oct 18th, 2016

After years of building up its cloud portfolio, the next logical step for Autodesk is broadening its IoT offerings.

The Analytics Buzz Podcast: Developing Analytical Models Using Artificial Intelligence

Scheller College of Business, Jun 20th, 2016

What is artificial intelligence, and how does it relate to building analytical models? What are some good applications of AI in data science? What are some barriers to implementing AI based solutions? Where do you see AI going — should we expect more of the same, or will we see a shift?

A machine learning algorithm has crushed the Kentucky Derby

Performance Genetics, May 7th, 2016

For three years in a row, a machine learning algorithm that learned to predict off past results data provided by BrisNet, has crushed the Kentucky Derby result, but you'll be lucky if you hear about it outside of this blog as it's not something that the mainstream horse media necessarily want to hear — a machine doing better than the human pundit (where have we seen this before!)

Analyze This: 6 Ways Retailers Put Artificial Intelligence To Work

Retail TouchPoints, May 3rd, 2016

From store location, product placement, items on sale, which employees are working, etc., there is strategy behind these seemingly simple things to ensure the retailer makes the most out of every aspect of its operation. And the early adopters are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to solve their most pressing data-driven problems.

Boston's Best Places to Work

Boston Business Journal, Apr 20th, 2016

Nutonian has been named one of the best places to work in Boston.

Artificial Intelligence: Powering Healthcare's Future

1to1 media, February 8th, 2016

Computers that analyze data faster than humans are transforming healthcare from detailed diagnosis reports to customized weight-loss plans.

Hiring a Data Scientist? Machine Intelligence Can Help

SmartDataCollective, January 19th, 2016

When The Harvard Business Review declared the data scientist “the sexiest job of the 21st century,” a frenzy occurred. Companies of all types started sending out SOS's in search of a data scientist to hire, and anyone who used data in some capacity began calling themselves a data scientist. But there are a few important things to consider when looking to add a data scientist to your company's arsenal.

AI, Machine Learning Rising In The Enterprise

InformationWeek, January 19th, 2016

AI and machine learning are graduating from science fiction to reality. It's estimated that about half of large enterprises are currently experimenting with AI projects. Several vendors, including Facebook, Google, IBM, and Microsoft, have donated machine learning development projects to open source.

Talent Shortage Makes Data ‘Transparency’ a Murky Topic for Many Firms

Information Management, January 12th, 2016

Michael Schmidt, CEO and founder of Nutonian, says “2016 is the year that we bring transparency to all of the algorithms and statistics coming out of the data science movement. We're at a point where we can predict incredibly well, and now it's time to apply that in a much broader sense.”

10 Companies and Technologies to Watch in 2016

Inside Analysis, January 5th, 2016

One clear trend in 2015 was the emergence of analytics products that reduce the need for data science expertise. With data science skills at a premium, it was inevitable that some products of this ilk should appear.

Data Science Is Becoming Increasingly Automated — And That's Good News For Healthcare

Health IT Outcomes, December 15th, 2015

Big Data is playing an increasing role in healthcare, promising lower costs, enhanced diagnoses, and improved doctor-patient matches. To get to the next level, two sea changes — access to medical information and intelligent data solutions — need to accelerate.

Solve the Data Scientist Shortage with Machine Intelligence

Inside Big Data, September 11th, 2015

While the “rent-a-data-scientist” approach provides a short-term solution to the data scientist deficiency, the true value of a data scientist comes from the application of business context and a sophisticated understanding of the data, which a rented, temporary data scientist simply cannot provide.

How Nutonian's Machine Intelligence Model Shows How People And Technology Can Be Partners

Forbes, August 13th, 2015

Instead of a black box, Nutonian's system for creating predictive models is an open book that describes its workings to those who use it. You don't have to rely on tribal knowledge. If you want to dive in and see what is happening inside of Nutonian, the product is created to give you a guided tour.

Understanding Trumps Insight

Datanami, July 23rd, 2015

Data is difficult to access, blend and understand, and the market is over-saturated with advanced analytics tools. So what's the solution? A combination of machine intelligence and visualization.

Meet the four tech-company founders running their first marathon for local charities

Beta Boston, March 27th, 2015

Schmidt, and the technology that eventually became part of his company, Nutonian, were featured in an episode of “Through the Wormhole,” a Science Channel documentary that examines the connections between philosophy and science.

Data Scientist In a Can?

MIT Sloan Management Review, December 18th, 2014

There are companies trying to do the same with analytics skills - to automate them so people and companies can "do analytics" without a PhD in a mathematically inclined field.

Find The Rules Of Your Business With Automated Data Science

Forbes, December 5th, 2014

To those of us seeking to expand use of data and analytics in our organizations, Nutonian's Eureqa® product is exciting stuff that provides a lot of value. But the principles may even be more useful.

Nutonian - At the Cutting Edge of Technology, Science, and Data Analysis

VentureFizz, January 20th, 2014

Eureqa, Nutonian's main product, has been called a "synthetic scientist", a downloadable robot scientist, and able to "derive meaning from datasets too large or complex for humans to study."

Funds for Big Data Specialist Nutonian

Daily Research News Online, November 4th, 2013

Cambridge, MA-based big data company Nutonian has raised $4m in a Series A round of financing, led by founding investor Atlas Venture. Nutonian will use the money to further develop and market its machine learning platform, Eureqa.

Nutonian raises $4M to extract ‘laws of physics’ from data

Gigaom, October 23rd, 2013

A Boston-area startup called Nutonian is taking its machine learning software originally developed for scientific research into the mainstream. To the degree software can ever tell users how and why data are connected, Nutonian says its product is the best thing around.

Nutonian CEO: Business and Science Face Same Desperate Big-Data Problem

Xconomy, October 23rd, 2013

Is “big data” starting to fade away as a tech-business theme? Hardly.

Nutonian Raises $4 Million Series A Led by Atlas Venture to Expand Machine Learning Platform

BostInno, October 23rd, 2013

Cambridge-based Nutonian announced on Wednesday that they have raised $4 million in a Series A funding round lead by founding investor Atlas Venture. The funds will be used to commercialize and further develop Eureqa, Nutonian's flagship machine learning platform.

Business intelligence software firm Nutonian raises $4m

Boston Globe, October 23rd, 2013

Nutonian Inc., a Cambridge company that makes automated business intelligence software under the brand name Eureqa, has raised $4 million in a Series A financing round.

Nutonian Funded to Commercialize Breakthrough Data Science

Reuters, October 23rd, 2013

Nutonian, the Cambridge company leveraging breakthrough science to uncover the fundamental relationships in big data, has raised a $4M Series A round led by founding investor Atlas Venture. The funds will be used to further develop and commercialize Eureqa, Nutonian’s machine learning platform. Eureqa discovers the mathematical relationships hidden in massive amounts of data and then translates the results into actionable insights.

Nutonian Funded to Commercialize Breakthrough Data Science

Business Wire, October 23rd, 2013

Nutonian, the Cambridge company leveraging breakthrough science to uncover the fundamental relationships in big data, has raised a $4M Series A round led by founding investor Atlas Venture. The funds will be used to further develop and commercialize Eureqa, Nutonian’s machine learning platform. Eureqa discovers the mathematical relationships hidden in massive amounts of data and then translates the results into actionable insights.

Business intelligence software firm Nutonian raises $4m

Boston.com, October 23rd, 2013

Nutonian Inc., a Cambridge company that makes automated business intelligence software under the brand name Eureqa, has raised $4 million in a Series A financing round.

Nutonian nabs $4M to stuff smart machines with data and see what pops out

VentureBeat, October 23rd, 2013

Machine learning may help organizations make sense of the massive amount of data floating around on their servers.

Big Data Startup Nutonian Lands $4M Series A, Sets Sights On Enterprises

CRN, October 23rd, 2013

Nutonian, a Boston-based big data analytics startup with roots in scientific and academic circles, said Wednesday that it has landed a $4 million Series A funding round led by Atlas Venture.

Software Scientist

ScienceNews, January 14th, 2012

With a little data, Eureqa generates fundamental laws of nature.

The World's 7 Most Powerful Data Scientists

Forbes, November 2nd, 2011

Cornell computer scientists Hod Lipson and Michael Schmidt created an AI program that could distill the laws of motion merely by observing data from the swings of a pendulum. In the process, they kicked off the field of robotic science in which AIs try to derive meaning from datasets too large or complex for humans to study.

Download Your Own Robot Scientist

Wired, December 3rd, 2009

Ever wanted to have a robot to do your research for you? If you are a scientist, you have almost certainly had this dream. Now it’s a real option: Eureqa, a program that distills scientific laws from raw data, is freely available to researchers.

Physics by numbers

Nature, April 2nd, 2009

A suggestion that the discovery of physical laws can be automated raises questions about what it means to do science, says Philip Ball.

Nutonian and Autodesk Team to Offer IoT Analytics and Simplify Data Science

Oct 18th, 2016

New Offering Empowers Companies to Automatically Extract Actionable Insights from IoT Data. Nutonian, the machine intelligence company, today announced an OEM relationship with Autodesk, the global leader in design software and services. Autodesk's Fusion Connect, an IoT cloud platform, will embed Nutonian's artificial intelligence (A.I.) modeling engine, Eureqa, to interpret IoT data and maximize business outcomes.

Signet Accel, Nutonian and RoundTower Technologies Ally to Deliver Accelerated Time to Value in Healthcare Data

Sep 22nd, 2016

Signet Accel, a software and services company specializing in data integration and harmonization, today announced an alliance with machine intelligence company Nutonian and systems integrator RoundTower Technologies. Organizations can now achieve true interoperability and accelerate the time to value of their data with Signet Accel's Avec®, a database-agnostic federated data integration platform purpose-built to serve the healthcare industry, and Nutonian's Eureqa®, the A.I.-powered “Virtual Data Scientist” application that automates the creation and interpretation of predictive models. RoundTower Technologies packages the solution and delivers it to healthcare customers.

Nutonian Appoints Jeff Dickerson as CEO, Chris Lynch as Chairman

Mar 31st, 2016

Experiencing massive growth in customer acquisition and demand for Eureqa, the AI-powered “Virtual Data Scientist,” Nutonian made two major announcements to scale its enterprise. Jeff Dickerson, a successful tech entrepreneur, will join the company as CEO, and Chris Lynch, current investor and partner at Accomplice, will join as the company's Chairman.

Nutonian's Michael Schmidt Named to Boston Business Journal's 40 Under 40 for 2015

Oct 1st, 2015

Nutonian Founder and CEO recognized for professional accomplishments and civic engagement. The award honors Boston's young business and civic leaders who are committed to enhancing the civic health of the Boston area through mentorship, volunteer efforts, and various other modes of philanthropy.

Nutonian Improves the Performance of Air Structures and Turbine Engines for Aerospace Companies

July 7th, 2015

Air Force Research Laboratory and manufacturing industry leaders use Nutonian's Machine Intelligence™ software to discover valuable new relationships in manufacturing data that will slash metals costs and boost performance. AFRL and Nutonian teamed up to apply Eureqa to accurately predict how titanium alloys respond to various inputs and conditions during the manufacturing process to yield optimal engine components.

Nutonian's Michael Schmidt Recognized as an Honoree of MIT Technology Review's Annual 35 Innovators Under 35

August 19th, 2014

MIT Technology Review named Nutonian founder/CEO Michael Schmidt one of its 35 Innovators Under 35, a "list of exceptionally talented technologists whose work has great potential to transform the world". Schmidt is the creator of Eureqa®, a software that automatically analyzes large data sets to determine what is driving a business problem or success.

CBIG Consulting Leverages Cutting-Edge Eureqa® Software to Disrupt Analytic Marketplace and Expand Data Science Practice

February 19th, 2014

This week, CBIG Consulting announced it has bolstered its data science practice by implementing Eureqa®, a pioneering software developed by Cambridge, MA-based Nutonian. CBIG plans to leverage Eureqa® to drive predictive - as well as prescriptive - conclusions within finance, life sciences, retail, and utilities markets.

Nutonian Gives Back

December 10th, 2013

Nutonian, the Cambridge company leveraging breakthrough science to uncover the fundamental relationships in big data, today announced the launch of a free academic license program for Eureqa®, its popular data-modeling software. The program makes the Eureqa® desktop software free for students, faculty and staff at K-12 schools and accredited universities.

Nutonian Funded to Commercialize Breakthrough Data Science

October 23rd, 2013

Nutonian, the Cambridge company leveraging breakthrough science to uncover the fundamental relationships in big data, has raised a $4M Series A round led by founding investor Atlas Venture. The funds will be used to further develop and commercialize Eureqa®, Nutonian’s machine learning platform. Eureqa® discovers the mathematical relationships hidden in massive amounts of data and then translates the results into actionable insights.

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