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Stephen Bratt quit IBM and launches his own AI Startup


Stephen Bratt now CEO of – a company that offers enterprise services, AI and tech solution. will help companies to take easy decision using the cutting edge technology.

Stephen Bratt formerly with IBM left the company and now is the CEO of  AI is the next innovation in machine learning. A comprehensive algorithm will let Enterprise to harness the power of AI and get top edge solution. Yet AI is not the most happening technology for corporate. offers Enterprise AI solutions.

The company representsone of the important step in introduction of AI solutions for companies. Machine learning and human learning both will be fueled by huge amount of data. The company aim in providing world class solution where, business can meet and perform complex operation. Aided by technology the more this AI advances, task gets easier. Tech prediction include AI would be the next big thing in technology. Huge chunks of data is shared and moved on the web daily.

AI centriclearning will help cooperates to process and analysis it effective. This will help them to get voluble suggestions. also aim to provide affordable and time solution. The team includeDr.MattDenesuk. He was a formerly working for GE Digital as  Chief Data Science officer. Raj Joshi is another member of the team who was Senior Executive VP of Professional Services working at MciroStartegy. And Dr Ted Gaubet. Who was also a former CTO at Infosys Consulting. The team has big names and highly skilled professionals.


  • will combine Human and Machine learning technology to offer a powerful decision taking model.
  • The AI algorithm will also optimize the business process making complicated task easy.
  • also has solution for data analytics, product data analytics and enterprise data analytics.

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