In a slew of announcements, open source AI/ML provider H2O.ai announced a collaboration with Alteryx to advance data science workflows, a partnership with Kx for faster insights on time series data, and a team up with Intel for enterprise AI.
The Alteryx collaboration will integrate H2O.ai’s enterprise automatic machine learning platform, H2O Driverless AI, with the Alteryx Platform. This new integration means users of both platforms to simplify and operationalize their end-to-end data science workflows – from data acquisition and prep and blend, to advanced predictive modeling and machine learning, to model deployment.
The partnership with Kx will integrate kdb+, Kx’s fast time series database, into H2O Driverless AI so that the machine learning and data science platform can extend its ability to quickly process vast datasets, allowing faster identification of AI models and more performant predictive capabilities.
And the collaboration with Intel is to accelerate AI adoption in the enterprise. At the heart of this collaboration is Project Blue Danube, a co-innovation project focused on accelerating H2O.ai technologies on Intel platforms, including the Intel Xeon Scalable processor, among other initiatives.