Robo Brain’s Saxena launches firm to mine audience insights

Mumbai: Ashutosh Saxena, an assistant professor in the computer science department at Cornell University, is mostly known for his work with robots and as director of the open-source Robo Brain project—a multi-university large-scale computational system that learns from Internet resources, computer simulation and real-life robot trials. The 30-year-old India-born scientist has now launched his own company to help clients mine users insights with the help of Machine Learning algorithms that can sift through mountains of data that reside on the Internet in sources like social networks, reviews and blogs. Machine learning is based on algorithms that can learn on their own from data without relying on rule-based programming. “The company has been built with many from the team that built the Robo Brain (robobrain.me). Our technology parses billions of Internet…


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