Market surveillance and risk controls have been employed within capital markets for decades. Methods of analyzing prices and executions over time have yielded insight into trading and market irregularities. But with regulatory pressure increasing, insight into the entire trade lifecycle has become a priority, and a major challenge for the industry.
NASHVILLE, TN, May 3, 2016 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing technology, announced today that it has raised $40 million in Series D funding, led by Lemhi Ventures and Nasdaq, joined by existing investors Goldman Sachs and HCA. As a result, Tony Miller, managing partner at Lemhi Ventures, will join Digital Reasoning’s board as a director, and Adena Friedman, President and COO at Nasdaq, will join Digital Reasoning’s board as an observer.
Digital Reasoning is pleased to sponsor GEOINT 2016, the preeminent event of the year for the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities. The theme for the 2016 event is The GEOINT Revolution.
Digital Reasoning is pleased to sponsor and speak at the 10th DoD/VA and Government Health IT Summit taking place May 2-3 in the Mary Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Virginia. The theme of the event is “Developing a Connected Health IT Ecosystem for Military and Government.”
Digital Reasoning will be exhibiting at the 2016 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., May 23-25.
The annual conference will include nearly 40 sessions with more than 100 speakers and will build upon "regulatory updates to provide compliance officers, legal professionals, branch managers and others with the tools to develop and maintain an effective compliance framework.
NEW YORK and NASHVILLE, February 23, 2016 Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) and Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, have announced a strategic alliance to offer next generation, holistic surveillance technology to the global capital markets, including the buy-side, brokers, regulators and exchanges. Digital Reasoning’s eComms monitoring for proactive compliance and Nasdaq’s industry leading and award-winning SMARTS Surveillance solutions will deliver a unified approach through the integration of trade surveillance alerts with natural language processing and machine intelligence-based technology all within a single interface. In addition, Nasdaq has participated in Digital Reasoning’s Series D investment round.
Fast Company, an award-winning magazine with over 12 million unique monthly visitors and 725K subscribers, named Digital Reasoning as one of the Top Ten Most Innovative Companies in Data Science.
Other companies named to the list include notable technology organizations such as IBM and Google.
Digital Reasoning is pleased to sponsor The Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Units (LEIU) and International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) Annual Training Event April 26-28 in New Orleans, LA. This informative event brings together law enforcement intelligence professionals from around the country and offers three certification tracks: Advanced Analytical Skills, Fundamentals in Criminal Intelligence, and Supervisors and Managers.
Criminals are rapidly able to weaponize evolving technology to communicate, conceal identities, sell their illicit goods and services, and conduct new forms of crime. It's critical for Law Enforcement analysts to also weaponize new and advanced technologies in order to catch these criminals in the act. In this webinar participants will learn how to leverage the vast, untapped quantities of unstructured data, open source data, and social media data in order to quickly identify criminal relationships, new threats, and previously undiscovered networks.
Digital Reasoning is excited to sponsor and exhibit at the ACAMS Moneylaundering.com 21st Annual International Anti-Money Laundering Conference, April 11-13, at the Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, Florida.
Digital Reasoning is pleased to sponsor and speak at the 11th Annual Cyber and Information Security Research Conference (CISRC) taking place at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge Tennessee April 5-7, 2016. CISRC brings together cyber security researchers, program managers, and decision-makers to discuss challenging tasks and explore novel solutions to the ever-growing global cyber threat.
Jimmy Whitaker, a software engineer at Digital Reasoning, will be speaking at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose, Calif., April 4-7. GTC is the largest event of the year for GPU developers, and showcases the most important work in the visual computing industry today - including Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Virtual Reality and Self-Driving Cars. GTC attracts developers, researchers, and technologists from some of the top companies, universities, research firms and government agencies from around the world. In his session, Whitaker will describe how to create an iterative labeling process to perform data science on +100 million images using a GPU-powered workflow with Convolutional Neural Networks.
Digital Reasoning is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of this year's SIFMA Compliance & Legal Society (C&L) Annual Seminar in Orlando, Florida, Mar. 13-16. SIFMA’s marquee event brings together an elite group of over 2000 compliance and legal professionals to engage with leading industry experts to discuss the latest regulatory developments and industry trends.
Digital Reasoning is exhibiting at Cloudera's Government Forum March 15, 2016 at the Arena Stage Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, DC. Practitioners from government and industry will come together to discuss the state of data analytics and share agency use cases. The Forum includes sessions for those deeply involved in big data initiatives, as well as fundamentals, such as Hadoop Essentials -- the What, Why, and How to Meet Agency Objectives.
In 2000, everyone was starting a business. The dot com bubble still looked like endless progress, there was talk about a whole new economy, and millionaires were funding companies with no products and very little experience. There was a lot of hype.
With this backdrop, I was a 3rd year Philosophy student at the University of Virginia thinking why is the software I use every day not able to learn? It was obvious to me that software would be better if every time I used it—it would learn. Surely, someday all software would learn. And that was software everyone should own. I wanted to build that company. So I did.
Digital Reasoning is honored to sponsor the Global SOF Symposium in Tampa Bay, Florida, Feb. 23-25.
Hosted by the Global SOF Foundation, the symposium brings U.S. and international Special Operations Forces (SOF) together for an innovative event to discuss the importance of SOF enablers as well as critical ways to interoperate - from tactics to policy.
Digital Reasoning is excited to sponsor this year's HX360 Executive Leadership Forum. Co-developed by HIMSS and AVIA, HX360 addresses how emerging technologies and health system business model changes will transform the delivery of care. HX360 will be taking place again in conjunction with HIMSS16 Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Venetian – Palazzo Sands Convention Center, Feb. 29th through March 3rd.
NASHVILLE, TN, January 18, 2016 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing technology, announced today it has acquired Shareable, a Nashville-based health care technology provider which offers a mobile clinical documentation platform. As part of the acquisition, Hal Andrews, the CEO of Shareable, will now serve as president of Digital Reasoning’s health care business.
Digital Reasoning is excited to sponsor Health 2.0 WinterTech in San Francisco, Calif., Jan. 13th. WinterTech brings together the top tech companies, investors, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and more to discuss investing in the health tech landscape. At WinterTech attendees will hear about the products, players, and partnerships that are coming together in new and unexpected ways in the era of health and wellness.
NASHVILLE, TN, December 17, 2015 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing technology, is announcing a strategic investment from HCA, the leading health care provider in the United States. In addition, Dr. Jonathan B. Perlin, President of Clinical Services and Chief Medical Officer at HCA, has joined the Digital Reasoning Board. Dr. Perlin brings extensive experience in health care leadership and information technology to Digital Reasoning as the company works to develop cognitive computing applications to improve patient care, clinical outcomes, and operational efficiencies.
WASHINGTON, D.C., December 8, 2015 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing technology, has been listed by CIO Review as one of the 20 Most Promising Defense Technology Solution Providers 2015. The list was chosen by a distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts, and the CIO Review editorial board. The selection process looked at the vendor’s capability to fulfill the need for cost-effective and flexible solutions that add value to the defense landscape.
How do you feel when you are at work? Are you happy, sad or stressed out? Are you thinking about quitting, breaking a few rules or even committing fraud?
Be careful: Companies are increasingly using sentiment analysis technology to monitor internal communications in order to better understand employees’ moods and assess any potential risks. “Sentiment analysis has become a form of risk management and is emerging as a useful risk control tool for a variety of businesses,” said Vasant Dhar, a data scientist and director of New York University’s Center for Business Analytics at the Stern School of Business. Firms in highly regulated, compliance-oriented or risk-focused industries, such as financial services, health care and insurance, are starting to use the technology to identify and address regulatory risk issues, compliance problems and potential fraud.
Digital Reasoning is excited to sponsor Markets Media's eighth-annual Global Markets Summit (GMS) 2015. The summit will be held over three days in December at various locations in New York City.
Digital Reasoning is proud to exhibit at this year's Law Enforcement and Homeland Security Forum and Technology Expo. The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and Interagency Council for Applied Homeland Security Technology (ICAHST) will host the forum and technology expo at the NRO in Chantilly, Va., Dec. 9-10.
Digital Reasoning's president, Rob Metcalf, will join other industry experts for an engaging panel discussion about the intersection of big data and compliance.
Nashville, TN, November 4, 2015 – Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced that it is the winner of the KMWorld Promise Award 2015. The accolade recognizes the challenge faced by technology buyers when determining how successfully solutions deliver against vendors’ promises. Digital Reasoning won the award for its Synthesys cognitive computing platform after demonstrating its success in working with clients to embed both technology and knowledge into work processes to achieve positive business results.
Experience the cutting edge of technology. The application process is now open for a Software Engineering Internship with Digital Reasoning for Summer 2016.
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Banks are keen to adopt surveillance tools that will provide them with a greater understanding and insight into the trading activity within their institution, and the discussions that lead up to that activity, said panelists during FX Week’s trade monitoring and surveillance webinar.
Digital Reasoning is honored to return as a sponsor and exhibitor of the AFCEA TechNet Asia-Pacific Expo - the region's premier event for defense and government technology. The expo will take place in Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 17-19.
Digital Reasoning is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of this year's Big Data for Intelligence Symposium presented by the Defense Strategies Institute. The symposium will take place at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Va., Nov. 17-18 and is designed as an educational and training “Town Hall” forum, where thought leaders and key policy-makers across military and civilian organizations can come together for actionable discussions and debate.
Digital Reasoning CEO Tim Estes will speak at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Fall Symposium for Cognitive Assistance in Government and Public Sector Applications. The symposium will take place Nov. 12-14 at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Va.
Digital Reasoning is proud to return as a Silver Sponsor of the SIFMA Compliance & Legal (C&L) New York Regional Seminar, which will take place Nov. 2 in New York City at the Marriott Marquis.
Digital Reasoning is proud to sponsor MarketTech 2015, which will be presented by the TabbFORUM on Oct. 21 in New York City at the Westin Times Square.
Representatives from the industry regulator and vendors working with trading organizations came together in an event sponsored by Digital Reasoning, Nasdaq and TradAir to discuss changing compliance challenges and how to meet them.
We had such a great time at VandyHacks earlier this month and were proud to return as a sponsor. The event is a hackathon, with 250+ students from across the USA converging on Vanderbilt University in our home town of Nashville, TN (well almost, we’re just down the street in Franklin!).
Digital Reasoning's senior vice president of enterprise sales, Kiran Narsu, will join other thought leaders on Oct. 6th for the FX Trading Network event sponsored by Markets Media and the Aite Group. As part of an expert panel, Narsu and others will take a deep dive into the FX Market Structure.
Dr. David Bauer, Jr., Technical Director at Digital Reasoning, will present a talk titled "Practical Implementations of Cognitive Computing in the IC with the Inclusion Of Neural Networking and Deep Learning" at the AIE Symposium on Big Data for Defense & Intelligence. The symposium will take place in Washington, D.C., Oct. 8-9.
NEW YORK CITY, October 1, 2015 – Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced a beta program for Synthesys Studio: a tool that will enable knowledge workers to quickly and intuitively train new language models. Launched at Strata + Hadoop World 2015, Synthesys Studio will be explored in a session entitled Cognitive Computing: From Theory to Ubiquity, delivered today at 4:35pm ET by Tim Estes, CEO and founder of Digital Reasoning, at the Javits Center Room 1 E6 /1 E7. Digital Reasoning can also be found at booth #665 in the Exhibit Hall.
The Internet has made it easier for children to be bought and sold online, because it has created a marketplace for purchasers to conduct illegal transactions and for exploiters to profit from the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Cloudera and Digital Reasoning hosted an expert discussion on detecting insider threats and human risk with Hadoop and cognitive analytics for big data.
According to a 2014 report by CERT, 28 percent of electronic crime at US organizations is caused by insiders. Those charged with data security and compliance are increasingly aware of the insider threat: disruptive actions taken individuals that have a role within the organization.
Digital Reasoning is proud to return as a sponsor of Strata + Hadoop World, the premier event for cutting-edge technology, which will be held in New York City on Sept. 29th through Oct. 1st. Digital Reasoning founder and CEO, Tim Estes, will lead a session that explores how cognitive computing has made the transition from a theoretical technology into one that is having a transformative impact on business and our daily lives.
Digital Reasoning is proud to join other public and private sector thought leaders at this year’s Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference. Hosted by the DIA Chief Information Office (CIO), the conference takes place August 23-26 in San Antonio, Texas. The 2015 conference's theme, “Accelerating Intelligence Integration-Powered by Innovation & Technology” has been designed to highlight the DIA CIO's commitment and intent to unify the defense intelligence infrastructure and information sharing initiatives through innovation, collaborative partnerships, and technologies.
Spies are infiltrating Wall Street.
A wave of companies with ties to the intelligence community is winning over the world of finance, with banks and hedge funds putting the firms’ terrorist-tracking tools to work rooting out employee misconduct before it leads to fines or worse.
“Both Wall Street and the intelligence world want the same thing: to find unknown unknowns in the data,” said Roger Hockenberry, the former chief technology officer of the Central Intelligence Agency’s clandestine services and now a partner at the consulting firm Cognitio Corp. in Washington.
“Financial firms aren’t looking for terrorists, but good customers and attempts at fraud,” he said.
There is a new world order coming to Wall Street.
Startups are taking on the financial sector. Some of the companies look to usurp traditional players, and others step into the gaps they've left behind.
Business Insider spoke to venture capitalists and banking veterans to put together a list of lesser-known startups, some of which are just a couple of month old.
NEW YORK, July 14, 2015 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced that it has been selected as the 2015 FX Week Best e-Surveillance Solution Provider for demonstrating industry-leading electronic communications surveillance capabilities to the global foreign exchange (FX) market.
In the wake of the historic fines handed down for manipulation of foreign exchange markets, banks are seeking solutions to prevent such collusive behaviour happening again. The challenge for financial institutions is finding ways to monitor the tens, if not hundreds, of millions of pieces of email, instant messages and phone transcriptions – a daunting task, to say the least.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 6, 2015 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced that it has trained the largest neural network in the world to date with a stunning 160 billion parameters. Google’s previous record was 11.2 billion, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory recently trained a neural network with 15 billion parameters.
Digital Reasoning is honored to have been invited to speak on the Social Justice panel at this year's 36|86 Conference in Nashville, Tenn., on June 8-10. Bill DiPietro, vice president of product management at Digital Reasoning, will share our recent experiences fighting human trafficking with our partner, Thorn.
Thank you to the brave Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen that have given their lives so that we may be a free country. Thank you also to the nearly 200,000 servicemembers that are currently serving overseas. Your willingness to fight the battles that must be fought and to lay down your lives, if necessary, in defense of your country inspires us every day.
With financial crime on the rise, reputations on the line, and regulators applying increasing pressure on financial institutions, Human Risk has become the leading exposure within the financial services industry. Aimed at senior risk and compliance executives, our Webinar will feature speakers from around the industry, discussing the increasing challenge of identifying and isolating individuals who are putting leading institutions at risk, and how to contain the blast zone before it’s too late.
Digital Reasoning is proud to sponsor this year's GEOINT Symposium in Washington, D.C. Digital Reasoning will be exhibiting our machine learning-based analytics platform, Synthesys, at booth #4138.
The GEOINT 2015 Symposium is scheduled for June 22-25, 2015 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. This year marks the first time the GEOINT Symposium will be held in the nation’s capital. There will be keynote addresses from leaders in the geospatial intelligence community, more than 200 exhibiting organizations, and many training and educational sessions.
Digital Reasoning is proud to sponsor the Amazon Web Services 6th annual Government, Education and Nonprofits Symposium June 25-26, 2015 in Washington, DC. It is one of the world’s largest public sector cloud events. The Symposium includes presentations by government, education, and nonprofit leaders and technical professionals across the world sharing how cloud services help them achieve their missions.
Digital Reasoning is proud to be a returning sponsor of the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E) Plugfest, which will be held on the campus of George Mason University on May 19th.
Digital Reasoning is excited to be exhibiting at this year's AFCEA Spring Intelligence Symposium on the campus of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in Springfield, Va.
Cloud computing is increasingly being used for intelligence-gathering and “threat analysis” as government vendors like Amazon Web Services join forces with analytics outfits that are meshing cognitive computing and other forms of data analysis with cloud computing horsepower.
Among the initial platforms for much of this intelligence activity is the AWS “GovCloud,” a walled-off cloud region created after Amazon won a huge CIA cloud contract in 2013. GovCloud, which went live last year, includes special provisions to create a “government-community cloud” that meets additional security and operational standards such as restricting access to “U.S. persons.”
Digital Reasoning will be exhibiting at the 2015 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., May 27-29.
The annual conference will include nearly 40 sessions with more than 100 speakers and will build upon "regulatory updates to provide compliance officers, legal professionals, branch managers and others with the tools to develop and maintain an effective compliance framework.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 24, 2015 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced significant customer momentum in financial services and the immediate availability of its next-generation electronic communications (eComms) solution, Synthesys 3.10. The solution transforms the way organizations monitor and investigate employee communications by leveraging machine learning technology that is capable of analyzing human language data at scale to provide valuable insights about risks and opportunities.
Banks are hunting for rogue traders the same way the Pentagon hunts for terrorists: By predicting their behavior.
Instead of looking for weapons deals and on-the-ground movement plans, predictive algorithms can spot shady bankers by tracking their emails when they talk about tickets to sports events and concerts. Cutting-edge analytics systems frown upon choice seats to the Super Bowl, which raise red flags for bribery.
Cognitive is a next computing paradigm, responding to demand for always-on, hyper-aware data technologies that scale from device form to the enterprise.
Cognitive computing is an approach rather than a specific capability. Cognitive mimics human perception, synthesis, and reasoning capabilities by applying human-like machine-learning methods to discern, assess, and exploit patterns in everyday data. It's a natural for automating text, speech, and image processing and dynamic human-machine interactions.
Wall Street traders are already threatened by computers that can do their jobs faster and cheaper. Now the humans of finance have something else to worry about: Algorithms that make sure they behave.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., which has racked up more than $36 billion in legal bills since the financial crisis, is rolling out a program to identify rogue employees before they go astray, according to Sally Dewar, head of regulatory affairs for Europe, who’s overseeing the effort. Dozens of inputs, including whether workers skip compliance classes, violate personal trading rules or breach market-risk limits, will be fed into the software.
Digital Reasoning is proud to be a Silver sponsor of the 2015 Synergy Forum, which will bring together government and industry practitioners driving our collective technology futures. This is a multi-disciplinary event examining the emerging mashup of physical and digital worlds. Attendees include policy-makers, architects, program managers and influencers in the federal government and the most forward thinking engineers, architects and innovators in the American technology ecosystem.
On April 19th, Digital Reasoning will join other industry leaders at the ACFCS 2015 Financial Crime Conference & Exhibition in New York City. Attendees will meet to discuss crucial topics across the full spectrum of financial crime, to share the best practices in combatting financial crime, and to see exhibits from leading technology experts like Digital Reasoning.
Depending upon whom you ask, the nascent field of cognitive computing is either the most important trend in technology since programmable computers, a massively intrusive spying tool that can lay bare our deepest secrets, or perhaps simply a powerful approach for processing diverse data sets to deliver insights that humans can understand.
In reality, the truth is some combination of all of the above – although everyone admits it’s still quite early days to make the final call. It’s not at all surprising, therefore, that the market is also quite confused about what cognitive computing really is.
On March 20th, 200 hackers from universities across the nation will gather at Nashville's Entrepreneurial Center for a 36-hour hackathon. Digital Reasoning is proud to sponsor this event, which is coordinated by VandyHacks. This is the first national hackathon put on soley by Vanderbilt University students. In addition to monetary support, Digital Reasoning is providing several mentors who have deep experience in various Big Data and Open Source technologies. For more information about the hackathon, please visit www.vandyhacks.org.
Franklin-based tech company Digital Reasoning led the way in a strong year for venture capital in Nashville in 2014, closing on a $24 million round led by big-name backers Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse.
Nearly six months later, unsurprisingly, the new funding is having the biggest impact on the company's financial services offerings, according to Rob Metcalf, Digital Reasoning's president.
As federal cloud provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) readies its commercial cloud service for the CIA, other vendors are lining up to supply the analytical and other tools needed to harness the enormous amounts of data to be stored and analyzed in the emerging spy and other federal clouds.
Among them is new CIA partner Cloudera, which is promoting an enterprise data hub platform that seeks to add a layer of “pervasive analytics” via a unified framework and data formats along with security and administration. Pervasive analytics would be used by federal agencies like the CIA to drive data from analysts to decision makers, Mike Olson, Cloudera’s chief strategy officer, said at a company event in Tysons Corner, Va., this week.
Jobs were scarce for Estes when he left the University of Virginia with a degree in philosophy. He did the only reasonable thing - he started one himself.DigitalReasoning is the outgrowth of trying to understand massive amounts of data, or what is colloquially known as big data.
London, United Kingdom., February 11, 2015 - Digital Reasoning today announced that its cognitive computing platform, Synthesys, has achieved Oracle Big Data Appliance Optimized status through the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). Digital Reasoning is also a sponsor of today’s Business Analytics Summit which is hosted by Oracle and where prospective customers can learn more about the combined offering.
ARLINGTON, Va. - Feb 03, 2015 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced the appointment of Kelly Collins and Dan Dzenitis to its public sector leadership team.
The rise and maturation of social media, mobile computing, and cloud technologies have reached a point of confluence that now results in unprecedented amounts of consumer data being managed by third parties, and consumer privacy has increasingly become a topic of mainstream conversation. Although consumer privacy in a cloud era is a complex conversation that's laden with buzzwords, the substrate is fairly fundamental and is predicated upon fundamental concepts of property rights and trust.
Digital Reasoning is proud to be a Gold sponsor of this year's Human Systems Conference, which will be held in Alexandria, Va., on Feb. 10-11. The conference will focus on the theme "Human Systems: Maintaining Our Physical Edge, Enabling Our Cognitive Edge" and will bring together experts within business, government, and academia to discuss game-changing innovations across five topic areas.
Banks are being forced into a major reassessment of how they monitor and survey human communications following the recent regulatory investigations into FX market manipulation.
With already over $3.3 billion in fines levied against a number of major banks for the alleged misconduct of individual traders in the FX market, experts say that banks are looking for new surveillance tools and techniques to help them reduce this exposure.
Digital Reasoning is proud to sponsor Oracle's Business Analytics Summit in London, England, on Feb. 11th. The summit will address how to build an intelligent enterprise in a digitally disruptive world, and will deliver talks across three industry tracks - Cloud, Big Data and Modernization.
Today enterprises are in a position to take advantage of All Data, be that Big Data from external sources, internal unstructured data, or structured operational transactional data. They can use the insight gained to identify new revenue opportunities, improve customer experience or deliver greater business efficiency. Encompassing all data, building platforms to provide agility and future proofing are all key in this.
The Digital Reasoning Family wishes our customers and partners the happiest of holidays.
Banks are looking towards increasingly sophisticated surveillance and monitoring technology in FX, as they seek to reduce their risk exposures and ensure regulatory compliance. Last month a group of banks led by Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse invested $24 million in Digital Reasoning, a firm that provides cognitive computing technology that aims to analyze vast amounts of data while mimicking the human reading process.
LAS VEGAS - November 11, 2014 - Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud to streamline access to secure, high-performance analytics infrastructure for government agencies and departments that are seeking valuable insights from sensitive workloads.
Digital Reasoning has been selected to demonstrate Synthesys Cloud, running on GovCloud in the AWS Test Drive Showcase at this year's AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. Conference attendees will be able to quickly launch and take a test drive of our cognitive computing platform at the event, while experiencing an immersive machine learning-based analytics demonstration.
Digital Reasoning is looking forward to joining other thought leaders and defense professionals for the 29th annual TechNet Asia-Pacific event on Dec. 9-11 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Over 3,000 defense and government technologists are slated to attend this premier regional event to discuss existing defense policies and challenges.
NASHVILLE TN and New York, NY – October 9, 2014 – Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced that it has raised $24 million in Series C funding led by Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse NEXT Investors, LLC, a fund managed within Credit Suisse Asset Management. Digital Reasoning also announced the appointment of Tom Jessop, Managing Director, Principal Strategic Investments at Goldman Sachs to the Digital Reasoning board of directors.
Between allegations that they manipulated benchmark interest rates or wrote faulty mortgages, banks have racked up more than $170 billion in litigation costs since 2008, according to an estimate by the Macquarie Group (MQG:AU). So some financial institutions are investing in technology that can sift through millions of e-mails, instant messages, and transcripts of telephone calls to spot suspicious behavior before it explodes into a mess of lawsuits and fines.
Digital Reasoning is excited to sponsor the SIFMA Listed Options Symposium in New York City on Oct. 30. The symposium will bring together industry leaders as well as exchange and regulatory experts to discuss the competitive and regulatory landscapes that Exchanges operate in today and the impact of market structure evolution. For more information, visit the SIFMA website here.
On Oct. 23rd in London's Canary Wharf, Digital Reasoning, Accenture and Oracle will host a Risk & Compliance Point of View briefing.Thought leaders from the financial services industry will join other executives and practitioners in an open and lively discussion regarding how financial services organizations are leveraging Big Data to reveal new insights and outcomes that are transforming their business.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., September 8, 2014 – Digital Reasoning, a leader in cognitive computing, today announced immediate availability of Synthesys® 3.9, the latest release of its machine learning platform for analyzing human language data at scale.
Digital Reasoning is proud to exhibit at the inaugural Intelligence and National Security Summit (Summit), taking place September 18-19, 2014 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC; co-sponsored by AFCEA International (AFCEA) and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA).
Digital Reasoning is proud to have been selected to exhibit at the upcoming Intelligence Community (IC) Cloud Technology Expo at CIA headquarters on Sept. 10th.
The expo will provide Digital Reasoning an opportunity to showcase our cloud-ready, machine learning platform, Synthesys, and for attendees to learn about our new Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) initiatives.
In a recent post to AnalystOne, Captain Nick Buck talks about the current state of technology within the intelligence community and challenges facing analysts as they are tasked to stay ahead of the adversary.
Digital Reasoning is using military-grade tech to help banks sense trouble before it happens.
When Tim Estes founded Digital Reasoning in 2000, he couldn’t have imagined that he would spend the next decade using software to help the U.S. Department of Defense track suspected terrorists across the globe. It’s exactly what happened.
Digital Reasoning is proud to sponsor this year's Army Intelligence Industry Day on Sept. 4th in Chantilly, Va. AFCEA Intelligence and the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Headquarters, U.S. Army, will co-sponsor a special, one-day classified event tailored for members of industry focused on U.S. Army Intelligence.
Digital Reasoning's founder and CEO, Tim Estes, will join Hays "Skip" McCormick from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for the July 31st Foundation for Innovation & Discovery (FINND) mission forum titled "Empowering the Vendor Community for the Commercial Cloud".
Mission critical intelligence programs within Defense, Intelligence, and Law Enforcement organizations require analytics and computing platforms that can rapidly adapt to the changing needs of the intelligence analyst. With a wealth of information residing within the public domain, intelligence officials are increasingly interested in organizing and unifying public sources of information in order to enhance situational awareness. As this need for unclassified intelligence continues to grow, the requirement for a flexible and intelligent analytics solution delivered via a scalable and reliable cloud environment will become critical.
Digital Reasoning is proud to participate in the second annual DIA Innovation Symposium 2014 to be hosted at DIA Headquarters in Washington, DC on June 24–25, 2014. The theme for DIA Innovation Symposium 2014 is “Embracing Agility in a Rapidly Changing World.” This Innovation Symposium will be an opportunity for industry partners to hear presentations from Agency senior leadership on DIA’s current challenges and efforts to maximize agility for a rapidly changing global landscape. This is a tremendous opportunity for industry, small business, and academia to partner with DIA.
When Franklin-based Digital Reasoning was asked if they could build a tool to help Thorn — an organization founded by Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore — find and save children who may be victims of sex trafficking or exploitation, Rob Metcalf, Digital Reasoning's president and COO, was happy to give it a try.
"It's not something we've done before," Metcalf said of what the organization was asking, but it "seemed like a good fit."
"As a business guy, I’m inclined to say, 'let’s figure it out,' ” Metcalf said.
To be agile in today’s distributed, dynamic, and disrupted business environment requires full situational awareness of risk. However, most financial organizations manage islands of data and fail to see the interconnections of risk across these data sources. What might seem trivial by itself actually acts as part of an interconnected web of risk that in aggregate can be very significant and troubling.
Learn how financial institutions are now leveraging advanced analytics and unstructured data (Big Data) to help them achieve a comprehensive and cohesive situational awareness strategy, while significantly reducing their operational costs and their reputational and regulatory risks.
Digital Reasoning is proud to exhibit at this year's NSA SIGINT Development Conference. The two-day conference and expo will be held at Ft. Meade, Maryland, and will focus on the preeminent intelligence issues facing those who are tasked with SIGINT as part of their mission. Over 1500 participants from the US intelligence community and throughout the world will attend this conference.
Sometimes the good guys do win, and this month’s recognition of Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children, for applying innovative technology to combat the sexual exploitation of children was a moment to celebrate. It’s also a call to double down and push forward.
Digital Reasoning is proud to return as a sponsor of the second annual Hack for Change event in Nashville. The event, which is part of the National Day of Civic Hacking, is one of 120 planned events across 100 communities around the world. Hack for Change aims "to bring together concerned citizens, developers, designers and entrepreneurs to collaborate with local and state governments and nonprofits to build new technology solutions on publicly-available data." Nashville's mayor, Karl Dean, signed an executive order to provide a number of government data sets on its website for download so that citizens or citizen groups can create useful applications.
Thank you to the brave men and women that have given their lives so that we may be a free country. To the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen - thank you. You have traded comfort for conviction, and put the needs of your country before your own. Your willingness to fight the battles that must be fought and to lay down your lives, if necessary, in defense of your country inspires us every day.
Centered in the world's financial capitals, New York City & London, Digital Reasoning will host executive roundtables focused on the industry’s evolving Risk & Compliance challenges. The initial event, which will be held in New York City on June 10th, will feature Peter Ferns, CTO of Core Compliance IT at Goldman Sachs, and Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit and founder of GRC 20/20. With a follow-up roundtable that will be held in London later this year.
The Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E) Plugfest is the annual demonstration of advancements in the DI2E. The purpose is to provide an environment of networked, interoperable and reusable components, the Plugfest eXchange, where vendors are able to deploy and show their tools to provide flexible, agile and data-driven capabilities to Warfighters.