DataRobot, In-Q-Tel Partner to Provide Machine Learning Support for Government Agencies

DataRobot and In-Q-Tel have entered a strategic partnership to deliver the former’s machine learning tools to the latter’s government partners.

IQT invested in DataRobot to give U.S. government agencies access to the company’s automated machine learning platform, which is designed to use existing data to predict actions, DataRobot said Mar. 26.

Erin Hawley, public sector vice president at DataRobot, said the company will deliver artificial intelligence analytics to help government users make decisions regarding threats such as cyber vulnerabilities and fraud.

Hawley added that DataRobot’s machine learning platform is used in various industries, including banking, insurance and healthcare.

IQT is a non-profit investor that works to meet the technology needs of the U.S. intelligence community.

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