DataRobot unveiled DataRobot AI Cloud, a unified environment that serves as a single platform to accelerate delivery of AI to production. DataRobot also announced new features and capabilities for DataRobot AI Cloud to enhance operations in production and build AI-powered applications.
The platform brings together disparate data and users, spanning expert data scientists to IT operators to business analysts, through enhanced collaboration and continuous optimization across the entire AI lifecycle. Built as a multi-cloud platform, DataRobot AI Cloud enables organizations to run on any combination of public clouds, data centers, or at the edge, with governance. The launch includes new features and capabilities to manage AI in production and enable AI-driven decisions across all lines of business in a single platform:
- Decision Intelligence to make AI accessible to front-line decision makers, including pre-built use case solutions accelerators to quickly get started with the most popular AI use cases, and new capabilities to automate and scale predictions with Decision Intelligence Flows
- New tools for code-first data science experts, including Composable ML, enhanced cloud-hosted notebooks, and code-centric data pipelines
- Continuous AI and bias monitoring for ML operators to optimize model performance after deployment and help ensure fair and unbiased models in production.
Grammarly announced the launch of Grammarly for Developers. With Grammarly’s Text Editor SDK (software development kit), builders get access to everything they need to deliver easy-to-use, real-time writing assistance in any web application. Feedback and suggestions are delivered across four categories of writing: correctness (grammar and writing mechanics), clarity (conciseness and readability), engagement (vocabulary and variety), and delivery (tone, formality, and confidence). Suggestions are presented in-line and in real time so that users can quickly accept suggestions as they write.
The Text Editor SDK handles all communication between applications and Grammarly’s cloud services and manages all the user interface components, like rendering underlines and suggestion cards, applying text transformations, providing personal dictionaries. The Grammarly Text Editor SDK delivers Grammarly’s English-language writing assistance through any web-based application running on browsers or Chromium-based desktop apps. Interested developers can apply for early access to the beta of the Text Editor SDK now by visiting developer.grammarly.com. The offering includes:
- An API with access to Grammarly services, including UI building blocks
- Comprehensive developer guides and API documentation
- Sample applications, including source code
- A quick-start tutorial to bring Grammarly to life in an app in minutes