Add another piece of national notice to the list for Franklin-based Digital Reasoning, a machine learning company whose investors include massive financial players, a health care giant and the venture arm of the United States intelligence community.
The company has landed a spot in Forbes' Fintech 50 for 2016, a collection of the companies making waves in financial technology. The finalists were "culled from an initial list of 300 startups," according to Forbes.
The brief writeup on Digital Reasoning sites its relationships with Goldman Sachs and UBS as its financial technology "bona fides," and recounts the now-familiar story of the company's pivot from helping the government in the War on Terror to helping bankers catch fraud.
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