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Immuta to Present on Managing Algorithmic Risk at Dataiku’s EGG Conference

Immuta, the leading provider of enterprise data management solutions for artificial intelligence (AI), today announced that its Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Steve Touw, will present on managing algorithmic risk – a top barrier to AI success – at Dataiku’s EGG Conference on November 15 in New York City. Additionally, Immuta will showcase its data management platform...

8 Secrets of Successful AI Projects

Business leaders at every level see the value of using artificial intelligence, but using AI well is where the true value lies. Here, lessons from the leading edge can be a guide. According to a recent Deloitte survey, 82 percent of early adopters of AI are seeing positive financial results from their investment in cognitive...

US Senator Proposes Data Protection Bill Imposing Criminal Fines and Penalties for Breaches

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, has announced draft legislation for a data protection bill that would impose steep criminal penalties for violations of the law, including heavy fines for companies and possible 10-to-20-year prison sentences for senior executives at the world’s largest data collectors. Immuta’s CPOAndrew Burt was interviewed by Dan Clark of www.law.com on the topic. Read...

Immuta Releases Playbook for HIPAA-Compliant AI

Immuta, the leading provider of enterprise data management solutions for artificial intelligence (AI), today released its Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Compliance Playbook for applying access policies to healthcare data. Based on its work with global healthcare clients, Immuta outlines how organizations and medical providers can govern data disclosure and ensure HIPAA compliance for...

How Will Changes in Congress Affect Big Tech?

“My sense is that new regulations on data in the U.S. are inevitable — it’s a question of when, not if,” added Andrew Burt, chief privacy officer at Immuta, which builds data management software. “What’s most up in the air is how they’ll be implemented, either as a single national standard or as rules that...

An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief

Data management platforms that bring together disparate data sources have been around for years, first with the data virtualization products of the 2000s, and now with a host of PaaS offerings. Immuta, however, takes a different approach from the pack. Instead of building a data management platform to support application requirements, the company built their...

Cognoa Improves Data Management Practices for AI-Based Medical Diagnostics with Immuta

Immuta, the leading provider of enterprise data management solutions for artificial intelligence (AI), today announced a new customer relationship with Cognoa, which provides an AI-based solution for pediatric behavioral health diagnostics and digital therapies. Cognoa utilizes Immuta’s platform to ensure data access policies are consistently and accurately enforced across a wide variety of data sources...

Why Privacy Regulations Don’t Always Do What They’re Meant To

First, California passed major privacy legislation in June. Then in late September, the Trump administration published official principles for a single national privacy standard. Not to be left out, House Democrats previewed their own Internet “Bill of Rights” earlier this month. Sweeping privacy regulations, in short, are likely coming to the United States. That should be welcome news, given the sad, arguably...

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