Naver D2 Startup Factory (D2SF) disclosed its recent investment in the AI operations automation startup DeepAuto.ai. The Korean-based startup has secured funding to advance its development of AutoMLOps, a machine-learning automation system.
AutoMLOps is designed to streamline the end-to-end process of implementing and managing AI models for businesses, providing an efficient solution for enterprises venturing into artificial intelligence.
DeepAuto.ai’s AutoMLOps aims to optimize various facets of AI model integration, encompassing data processing, learning, model exploration, validation, and service deployment. The approach minimizes costs and maximizes the performance of AI models, customizing them to suit the specific needs of businesses. The investment from Naver D2SF aims to support and participate in the growth of AI operations automation.
AutoMLOps, developed by DeepAuto.ai, is an encompassing solution that guides organizations through the entire AI application cycle. Covering crucial stages such as data processing, training, model exploration, performance verification, optimization, and service deployment, AutoMLOps stands out for its ability to reduce the human effort and costs associated with implementing and operating AI models.
DeepAuto.ai’s AutoMLOps has demonstrated superior efficiency compared to alternative solutions. Even when pitted against offerings from major global tech companies such as Google and Microsoft, AutoMLOps by DeepAuto outperforms model exploration and learning time, establishing a competitive advantage in data security.
DeepAuto.ai, under the leadership of Professor Hwang Sung-Ju and a team from KAIST AI Graduate School, has conducted internal tests showcasing its advantages in model exploration and training time over counterparts from major global tech giants like Google and Microsoft. The startup has garnered attention for its robust data security measures.
DeepAuto.ai has strategically partnered with key entities with a strong emphasis on practical application, including Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Cheil Worldwide, and StradVision.
Beyond its domestic endeavors, DeepAuto.ai has established a business network in North America to lay the foundation for future expansion and operations in the United States. Naver D2SF leader Yang Sang-Hwan spoke of the crucial role of DeepAuto.ai in bridging the gap between advancements in AI technology and their practical implementation in the business sector.
“Despite the rapid progress of AI technology, businesses face numerous challenges in its effective implementation and operation. DeepAuto.ai stands out as a startup addressing these challenges, making AI practical and applicable in real-world business scenarios. It will become an important company in technological advancements and in creating tangible value in practical business applications,” stated Yang Sang-hwan, the leader of Naver D2SF.
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