Digital Reasoning has unveiled its latest cognitive computing platform designed to improve on unstructured data analytics and time-to-value for consumers through its new functions.
The Synthesis 4 makes use of a number of technologies, such as machine learning, NLP, computer vision, pattern recognition and knowledge representation, to allow analysis delivery through interactive data exploration tools and intelligent assistants, Digital Reasoning said Tuesday.
Synthesis 4 functions include core and advanced analytics enhancements, multi-lingual options, interactive data analytics designed for data scientists, self-service model training with Synthesys Trainer, distributed architecture and Elasticsearch support, the company stated.
Bill DiPietro, Digital Reasoning product management vice president, said that the platform looks to deliver system flexibility and transparency and the ability to explore cognitive algorithms and the knowledge graph outputs.
He added that the company has plans to expand into Entity Behavior Analytics for insider threat risk predictions.