Coseer Announces APIs to Leverage Existing AI Investments
San Francisco, October 2, 2019.
Arbot Solutions, Inc. doing business as Coseer, has announced that its scientists have achieved a breakthrough to integrate their algorithms with other popular constructs in the world of Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing.
“Today, many enterprises are investing heavy amounts in AI and NLP. With the new set of APIs we have ensured that their existing investments work together with Coseer’s world class cognitive automation technology to generate something that is more powerful than individual components,” said Coseer’s CEO Praful Krishna. “The new APIs enhance Coseer’s algorithm, Calibrated Quantum Mesh, with word embedding models our clients may already have like Word2Vec and Glove,” added Kalpesh Balar, the Head of Technology.
Coseer’s AI answers questions like a human would, no matter where it is hidden. Fortune 500 leaders use it to manage their knowledge and to solve their most important and complex problems, fast. It uses a proprietary algorithm, Calibrated Quantum Mesh (CQM), which the company describes as a “hybrid between neural networks and probabilistic graphical models.” At a high level, CQM works by going through entire corpus and understanding relationships between various entities, properties and/or actions. It uses this learning to answer questions in natural language without any tagging or labeling of data.
The new APIs will allow Coseer to integrate with other forms of word embeddings including Word2Vec and GloVe. These two models are popular among enterprises that are developing their own AI solutions. Coseer plans to roll out the new APIs to existing and new clients over the next few weeks.
“The traditional AI models have failed to provide a very high accuracy for natural language search, whereas Coseer has demonstrated 95-98% in live systems. However, we still don’t want to make the argument that the investments made in traditional AI systems are wasted. With the new APIs, those investments will go to make our clients more successful,” says Krishna.