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Brytlyt partners with TurinTech to build and deloy AI models with speed and scale

Brytlyt, the accessible deep learning platform, has selected TurinTech, the code optimisation company, as its partner to unify data science and business intelligence and streamline the model development process for customers.

As the world’s first all-in-one browser-led platform that enables GPU in-database AI with deep learning capabilities, Brytlyt helps organisations to turn data into actionable insight. With TurinTech’s evoML platform, businesses are empowered to build efficient and scalable AI by automating the whole data science lifecycle. Brytlyt customers can retrieve data, build and deploy models, and scale their models quickly and without the need for expensive data engineering experts.

Partnership benefits include accelerating the time-to-value of data from weeks to days by automating the whole pipeline, and the ability to easily train and query advanced models directly from the Brytlyt database. Users can easily build dashboards to get more detailed insights about its machine learning model performance, while allowing businesses to gain full ownership of the model code for ultimate transparency and customisability.

Richard Heyns, founder and CEO at Brytlyt, commented: “We have always been committed to empowering organisations to turn data into actionable insight. Partnering with TurinTech’s evoML platform will enable us to optimise our technology and further enhance our offerings with clients.”

Leslie Kanthan, CEO and co-founder at TurinTech, commented: “Our partnership with Brytlyt helps businesses drive value through building and deploying production-quality AI code at speed. With our co-offering, businesses will save on both time and costs via the minimisation of data movement between layers during model development. Effective partnerships are crucial for success within our industry, especially when handling complexity and scale. This important partnership will empower our customers with optimised, easy to access AI technology. 

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