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CognitiveScale caps off 2021 with 100 patents, accolades

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CognitiveScale, a leader in hyper-personalization and AI engineering in the customer journey, today announced that it has been issued its 100th US patent. The 100th Patent Award culminates in a year of solid growth and major industry recognition.

According to Forrester, “By 2025, 10% of enterprises who establish AI engineering best practices will generate at least three times more value with their AI efforts than the 90% of enterprises who do not.”

The open platform of CognitiveScale makes it simple to rapidly develop and manage reliable AI solutions on any cloud, accelerating and integrating actionable decision intelligence into existing applications and business processes. From streamlining essential parts of AI applications such as data and ML models to using feedback to drive and improve solutions, AI engineering is about assisting engineers, developers, and SMEs to make AI relevant to any business.

CognitiveScale’s 100th patent achievement is a significant milestone in the company’s history and reflects continued commitment of the company towards AI innovation and its development. Specifically, the 100th patent recognizes CognitiveScale’s novel and pioneering work in areas including hyper-personalization, synthetic data, goal-driven AI, and AI business simulation, among many others. These patents make the company’s overall portfolio stronger on CognitiveScale’s Cortex platform that enables AI engineering, hyper-personalization across the customer journey. Through its offerings, CognitiveScale allows businesses to develop and manage AI applications and validate them to ensure interpretation, governance, and trust.

“We are proud of the continued commitment of our team at CognitiveScale. Receiving our 100th U.S. patent is an important milestone that reinforces our strong commitment to the AI industry, development and intellectual property protection,” said Matt Sanchez, Founder & CTO, CognitiveScale. “These patents continue to give us a competitive advantage as we aim to empower enterprises with the tools they need to integrate artificial intelligence technologies into their organizations. Our investment in research and development is unprecedented in the industry and we look forward to bringing more technologies to our enterprise customers to drive workplace productivity, customer satisfaction and overall business success.”

The distribution of these patents across CognitiveScale’s engineering, product development, platform and various other groups validates the relentless effort and focus on innovation that has always been a part of CognitiveScale’s corporate culture. In 2021, CognitiveScale received accolades for its company culture and made significant company announcements, including:

Robert J. Picciano, former IBM Senior Vice President, was appointed as Chief Executive Officer. In addition to Mr. Picciano, the company is also announcing the appointments of its new Chief Revenue Officer, Mike McQuaid, its new VP of Marketing, Bart Peluso, the promotion of Gopal Krishnan to Senior Vice President of Engineering and Delivery and the transition of Akshay (Shay) Sabhikhi to Chief Operating Officer.

Cortex Fabric Version 6, a new low code developer platform for automating development and control of AI applications.The Cortex 6 platform provides a fast, affordable way to connect data and AI models with trusted outcomes, simplifying the development, deployment and management of transparent enterprise AI systems on any cloud.

Built In honored CognitiveScale in its 2022 Best Places To Work Awards. Specifically, CognitiveScale earned 17th place on the 100 Best Midsize Companies to Work For in Austin and 48th place on the overall 100 Best Places to Work in Austin. The annual awards program includes companies of all sizes, from startups to those in the enterprise, and honors both remote-first employers as well as companies in the eight largest tech markets across the U.S.

The Austin American-Statesman awarded CognitiveScale with the Top Workplaces 2021 honor. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage, LLC. The anonymous survey uniquely measures 15 culture drivers that are critical to the success of any organization: including alignment, execution, and connection.

“We’re setting the standard for how AI applications should be developed and operationalized. The award of our 100th patent and recognition of our company culture go hand in hand. We couldn’t do this without our tremendous team, who is dedicated to our mission. We’re leading the charge in AI engineering and high-performing AI solutions and look forward to continued momentum and recognition of our work as a company,” said Robert Picciano, CEO of CognitiveScale.

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