DataRobot Looks to Cut Data Science Backlog

The data science automation specialist DataRobot Inc. is gaining traction in the big data market for its machine-learning application as new investors like Intel Capital fund its expanding operations. Boston-based DataRobot has so far raised more than $57 million in four equity investment rounds, including a $33 million funding round completed in February. Along with Intel Capital, Recruit Strategic Partners joined the startup’s fourth funding round as new investors. The company’s machine-learning platform runs either on top of Hadoop as a cloud application or running on-premises. The startup founded in 2012 by CEO Jerry Achin and CTO Thomas DeGodoy targets its platform at data scientists with varying skill levels. Along with speeding the deployment of more accurate predictive models, the company said it is attempting to address the critical shortage…

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