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.
According to Bob Safian, the editor of Fast Company, “This year’s package—which includes top ten lists in 27 sectors—emphasizes the breadth of companies with progressive, agile business models, cultures of creativity, and ability to adapt in today’s fast-paced world."
Digital Reasoning was recognized for the ongoing work we are doing to stop Wall Street rule breaking before it happens.
"Big banks have been beefing up their compliance efforts in recent years, hoping to both appease regulators and avoid another financial crisis (not to mention damaging lawsuits due to unsavory trading activity). But most financial institutions' attempts to catch wrongdoing are reactionary--by the time analysts or algorithms have flagged something as suspicious, the deed has already been done. Digital Reasoning's goal is to stop rule-breaking before it happens. Its cognitive computing software, Synthesys, does this by emulating human learning processes and applying them to the data it evaluates, putting it into context. A suspicious email won't just be tagged--Synthesys will also take into account previous correspondence, as well as current events that may be relevant. As a result, the technology is able to detect someone's intentions and prevent crimes before they happen."
You can read Digital Reasoning's full profile here.