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Dataiku Unveils a Single Control Center and New Tools for MLOps

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Dataiku unveiled enhanced AI governance and oversight as part of its unified AI platform, which will enable enterprises to expand analytics and AI efforts from a single centralized control tower. Dataiku 10 comes with a built-in set of tools to assist IT administrators and data scientists in evaluating, monitoring, and comparing models in development or production.

Clément Stenac, CTO and co-founder at Dataiku, said, “We’ve always believed that to scale AI, organizations need to enlist non-experts to the cause and bring more people into the fold to ensure project success. Dataiku 10 helps make that a reality. This latest version is focused on governance, MLOps, and industry solutions that increase involvement from AI-adjacent roles such as IT operators, risk managers, project managers, and domain experts.”

Additionally, packaged industry solutions, dedicated workspaces for business users, and accelerators for exploratory data analysis, geospatial analytics, and machine vision have all been included in Dataiku 10. Market basket analysis, product suggestions, plant electricity, and CO2 emission projections, and real estate pricing are just a few of the new Dataiku solutions offered across industries, with more on the way.

AI governance has become a huge pain point for every business as a result of the rapid adoption of AI, as it was never built to manage the massive volumes of data we see today or the democratization of machine learning (ML). Data is essential for every company’s ability to empower people in all areas, from CMOs to CFOs, to make important business decisions. Today’s enterprises, on the other hand, are exposing themselves to avoidable dangers without a current data governance policy.