Data Science for All | Pedro Alves from Ople

Perhaps one of the most significant byproducts of the digital era has been the ability to gather and process massive amounts of data to gain a better understanding of the world around us.

We can now look at business, medicine, education, sports, politics, and more, and discover patterns and relationships that were previously impossible to see.

To date, the everyday application of this ability has remained a kind of wizardry for data scientists. But our guest on this edition of UpTech Report wants to put this power in the hands of anyone.

Pedro Alves is the founder and CEO of Ople, a company that offers a platform that helps organizations gain insights and recognize patterns using machine learning and AI. In our conversation, Pedro explains how this technology works, and gives some fascinating examples of how it’s applied.

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Pedro Alves is the founder and CEO of Ople Inc. in San Mateo, CA. Pedro loves data science and has spent the past nineteen years working in the area of artificial intelligence – spanning predicting, analyzing and visualizing data across social media content, photos, genomics, insurance fraud/costs, social graphs, human attraction, spam detection, and topic modeling to name a few.

Realizing how rarely companies get a return in investment in the areas of AI and data science, Pedro decided to found Ople.

Ople.AI empowers organizations to utilize predictive analytics, enabling users to gain deeper insights from the historical data to optimize future business outcomes. With its unique Automated Machine Learning technology, the Ople.AI Platform intelligently manages all the complex operations, including data preparation, feature engineering, model creation, optimization, and deployment.

Pedro also enjoys the startup world, his family, intermittent fasting and helping other companies and startups make the most out of their data science efforts through advisory work.




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