Brian will leverage over a decade of experience gained at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), an Accrete customer, and be instrumental in helping Accrete expand and convert federal opportunities.Read More
Accrete has appointed Mariah Smith as Director of Government Affairs for its government-facing subsidiary, Accrete AI Government. Mariah will be responsible for building and maintaining the relationships with local, state, and federal entities in support of the programs and goals of Accrete and nested with the national AI development and governance strategy.
Accrete is pleased to announce the appointment of Derek Vallès as Director of Product Innovation. Derek is responsible for leading efforts to identify, validate, and develop new product initiatives by collaborating with teams across the organization and engaging with industry stakeholders.
Accrete AI Partners with the Atlantic Council to advance the adoption of AI standards for performance, ethics, and explainability in national security applications.
Truly autonomous learning systems that autonomously and accurately identify essential features across multiple domains (i.e., general AI) is still science fiction, but dynamic, continuous learning models are useful in interpreting alternative data in novel ways.
M&A in the Biotech space started strong for 2019 with the buyout of Celgene and Loxo. A high level of confidence for deal making in this sector means it is perfect for generating stock trading ideas. Investors are paying close attention to rumors so they know which stocks are good to buy right now!
M&A analysts have relied on vetted sources to identify potential M&A market chatter. Traditional paradigms, have become ineffective and the number of rumors published by low-popularity M&A news sources greatly outnumbers that of high-popularity sources. Is There Informational Alpha in these Sources?
Trepidation as investors look ahead this week as 4 major Canadian banks report their earnings for the fiscal fourth. The high cost of real estate, coupled with the OECD’s large household debt burden, mean that Canadian consumers are especially vulnerable to economic shocks.