SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- indico CEO and co-founder Slater Victoroff will speak at the 2017 Modern Data Management Summit taking place this week in San Francisco. The event covers the latest topics in master data management, big data analytics, data science and business facing data-driven applications. Victoroff will discuss the challenges and opportunities of analyzing unstructured data with artificial intelligence and machine learning. 

Tackling Unstructured Data Analytics with AI & Machine Learning

  • Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 2:30 pm PST; JW Marriott, Union Square, San Francisco

Over the last few years, machine learning and deep learning have been proving their mettle in the realms of Google and Facebook. Today it is possible for many businesses to use these techniques to more thoroughly analyze textual and image data and capture greater signal from unstructured content. In this session, Victoroff will discuss some of the exciting new applications opening up for these technologies. He’ll also showcase examples of indico’s deep learning platform being used to analyze large, unstructured data sets such as news and industry research reports to help knowledge-workers across a variety of industries augment their expertise and be significantly more productive. The session takes place on Tuesday, February 28 at 2:30 pm PST at the JW Marriott in Union Square.

About indico

indico provides a state-of-the-art machine learning platform for text and image analysis that can be deployed in the cloud or on premise and utilized via a simple to use web service. This, for the first time, enables companies to automatically extract meaningful insight from unstructured data at scale regardless of their size or capability. Furthermore, indico’s platform capabilities enable its customers to quickly develop highly accurate new models that are specific to their needs in a fraction of the time and effort that would be otherwise needed.  indico is privately held and headquartered in Boston, MA. For more information, visit

Tim Walsh
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