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Alegion Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Cheryl Martin, to Speak at Big Data for Intelligence Symposium on October 17

October 11, 2018

AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Alegion, a training-data platform for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning initiatives, today announced that Chief Data Scientist Dr. Cheryl Martin will speak at the sixth annual Big Data for Intelligence Symposium in Washington, D.C., on October 17 at 10:30 a.m. ET. Dr. Martin will present Decision Capture at Big-Data Scale and discuss how machine learning uses human-generated data decisions to improve big-data analysis and the challenges associated with decision capture.

Where: American Institute of ArchitectsWhen: Wednesday, October 17, at 10:30 a.m. ETWho: Dr. Cheryl Martin

The 2018 Big Data for Intelligence Symposium is an educational forum that brings together members of the intelligence community, military services, government agencies, academia and technology solution providers to discuss the challenges and opportunities that occur when converting large amounts of unstructured data into actionable intelligence.

About Dr. Cheryl MartinBefore joining Alegion as chief data scientist, Dr. Martin spent 13 years as a research scientist at the University of Texas at Austin, where she directed the Center for Content Understanding as well as a research group focused on decision support for cyber security. Before that, she worked at NASA’s Johnson Space Center on intelligent control for life-support systems.

About AlegionAlegion is an Austin-based technology company that provides an AI training-data platform and services that span the AI lifecycle, integrating human intelligence into the creation of high-quality training data, model scoring and validation, and exception handling. The Alegion platform helps enterprises accelerate confidence in their AI initiatives and mitigate their risk using proven approaches. For more information, visit www.alegion.com.

CONTACT:Alison Flood10Fold Communications alegion@10fold.com 415-317-4089

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