Azure AI/ML

Transform your business with artificial intelligence

 

As a longstanding Microsoft Gold Partner, Neal Analytics has been a key player in the artificial intelligence and machine learning space since 2011. We leverage our deep expertise in cloud, data and AI technologies to build custom solutions leveraging Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, or any other technology required to solve unique business challenges.

With deep expertise building AI-driven solutions for a wide variety of use cases, such as automatically discovering new customer segments, enabling more cost-effective maintenance by identifying failing equipment, and SKU assortment and promotion optimization, Neal Analytics can support virtually any organization’s AI-related goals and initiatives.

 

Neal Analytics leverages a multitude of AI and Machine Learning services, such as Azure Cognitive Services and Azure Machine Learning, to build and deploy custom-made models and algorithms to create quick, scalable, and cost-efficient solutions for unique business challenges.

Over the years, Neal has leverage Azure AI/ML technologies in the cloud and at the edge to help businesses solve real-world challenges, such as creating a more efficient supply chain through intelligent supply chain optimization, tearing down data silos to enable superior marketing personalization, automating inefficient or manual processes, and more.

Neal leverages Azure Cognitive Services and Azure Machine Learning to build and deploy models and algorithms that help companies create intelligent supply chains, personalize customer experiences, automate inefficient processes and more.

We use Azure AI/ML technologies to help businesses solve real-world problems from the cloud and at the edge.

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning explained

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Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a common buzzword in the technology and IT industries in recent years. While AI solutions capable of learning via Machine Learning models are increasingly common, AI itself refers to a technology designed to mimic human intelligence or otherwise perform actions a human normally would. AI leverages data and algorithms to grant machines the abilities required to perform certain tasks, such as an interactive chat bot that is capable of conducting internet searches and return results based on user queries.

Businesses across virtually any industry, whether it be healthcare, technology, retail & CPG, energy, or anything in between, can take advantage of AI’s advanced computing and analytical capabilities to solve problems and improve performance.

Machine learning

Frequently used in conjunction with AI solutions to inform one another, Machine learning (ML) is a type of technology designed to make intelligent decisions based on outcomes from previous inputs.

Machine Learning leverages algorithmic models which are trained by being fed data rather than programming each step individually.This enables ML models to learn and adapt to provide different results and outcomes based on different inputs. A well trained model can identify minor variances between a wide range inputs and act intelligently based on those variances.

Example use cases for ML include performing predictive maintenance, forecasting demand, identifying new customers segments, personalizing marketing and sales offerings for customers, and more.

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Deep learning

Deep Learning (DL) is an evolution of machine learning techniques inspired by the architecture of human neural networks.

These artificial neural networks leverage vast amounts of data and hidden layers to make connections and weigh inputs, allowing AI to solve more complex problems than traditional ML capabilities would allow. Deep Learning networks are particularly adapt at identifying patterns in unstructured data, such as sound, images, and video.

Examples of use cases for DL include image and voice recognition, as well in recommendation engines and predictive analysis.

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