Startup Looks to Move Machine Intelligence to Net Edge

As industrial applications continue to push technology investments ranging from networking to data analytics, a data science startup behind a “mesh intelligence” platform designed to close the “machine-to-human” gap said it has closed an early funding round. Alluvium, a New York-based startup founded by data science pioneer Drew Conway, said Wednesday (Dec. 7) it has completed a $2.5 million seed funding round led by IA Ventures, Lux Capital, and Bloomberg Beta along with Cloudera co-founder Mike Olson. The startup’s mesh intelligence approach seeks to leverage machine-learning processes at the network edge where company founders argue human operators most need real-time data. The machine-learning venture is currently running pilot projects designed to apply mesh intelligence to applications such as fleet management as well as oil and gas exploration. “The commoditized big…

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