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Enterra Solutions CEO, Stephen DeAngelis, Profiled in the Philadelphia Business Journal

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In article entitled, “America needs a workforce with good STEM fundamentals,” Dell Poncet, Managing Editor of the Philadelphia Business Journal, profiles Enterra Solutions, LLC, President and CEO, Stephen DeAngelis using a series of questions that inquire about Mr. DeAngelis’ company, his interests, and his goals.


Stephen DeAngelis’ Presentation on Cognitive Computing Featured at Big Bang Forum

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Stephen DeAngelis, Enterra’s Founder, President and CEO, was a featured speaker at the 12th annual Big Bang forum in Santa Monica held on 14 May 2014. Hosted by Jeff Pollack and Ken Hertz, of the Pollack Media Group, the Big Bang Forum is about discovering and discussing compelling new ideas in media, marketing, entertainment and technology, with an emphasis on convergence and disruption. This year’s Big Ban was called “inunData,” and highlighted the use of the latest developments in targeted marketing, cognitive computing, and so-called big data. Reporting on the event, Jeff Pollack writes, “It seems — these days — as though we are all swimming in data. We invited three presenters to discuss the latest developments in data analysis, and the latest tools being employed to make sense of — not just collect — actionable information about the connected universe.” Joining Mr. DeAngelis as presenters, were: Will Page, the Director of Economics at Spotify, and Damien Patton, Founder and CEO of Banjo. To read a summary of their presentations prepared by Jeff Pollack, click on this link.


Stephen DeAngelis’ Views on Artificial Intelligence Featured in CGT article

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The April 2014 issue of Consumer Goods Technology (CGT) magazine features an interview with Enterra’s founder, CEO, and President, Stephen DeAngelis. Written by Albert Guffanti, the article is published in the “Between the Lines” section of the magazine and is entitled “Learn to Love Artificial Intelligence.” The article begins: “The Oscar-winning film ‘Her’ tells the story of man who falls in love with the artificial intelligence (AI) personal assistant on his smartphone. That may sound far-fetched, but many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies are already enamored.” You can read the entire interview by clicking on this link.


Stephen DeAngelis Contributes to CGT’s 2014 Review & Outlook Edition

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Stephen DeAngelis, Founder, President, and CEO of Enterra Solutions, was asked to contribute his insights to the “Innovation Trends” section of Consumer Goods Technology’s “2014 Review and Outlook: The 2020 Imperative” edition. The article states, “More so than any other section, the following predictions take into account the increasing pace of change and the impact it will have on the way consumer goods companies innovate.” Mr. DeAngelis began his comments by stating, “The initiative with the greatest potential for impacting CPG companies by 2020 is taking place right now. Advanced personalization services are revolutionizing how CPGs develop and market new products, optimize inventories and supply chains, and predict and satisfy emerging consumer needs.” To read all of what Mr. DeAngelis had to say, click on the following link and download the article. His comments are found on page 18.


Not enough data scientists? Use AI instead.

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“Enterra’s artificial intelligence automatically derives insights from Big Data,” writes Mark Gibbs, in an article posted by Network World. He continues, “Enterra can ingest huge amounts of data and using natural language processing transform it into knowledge using a generalized ontology to discover the meanings of words in context along with the implicit rules and relationships as used by humans. Then, when a question is asked in what is more or less natural language, the database of knowledge is accessed by Enterra’s Hypothesis Engine. The Hypothesis Engine is an artificial intelligence system that applies common sense and domain-specific ontologies to further structure the knowledge. Next, using Enterra’s Rules-Based Inference System it can determine an objective and find the facts to support that objective (backward chaining) as well as using facts to determine objectives (forward chaining) as determined by the knowledge found and its significance. Other engines in the system weigh results, formulate database queries, and analyze assets and all of these components pass data back and forth between themselves based on rules and inferences to derive conclusions. … The application of artificial intelligence to Big Data analytics is one the hottest areas in data science and its ability to make up for the shortfall of human data scientists (which is likely to be a long term problem) means Enterra has a very rosy future.” Read the entire article by clicking on this link.


Enterra President & CEO, Stephen DeAngelis, quoted in Fast Company Article on Robots

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In a Fast Company article entitled, “How Google’s Robots Can Learn Like Humans,” reporter Chris Gayomali focuses on Google’s acquisition of DeepMind, a British artificial intelligence company. In preparing for the article, Gayomali sought Mr. DeAngelis’ views on the acquisition. Mr. DeAngelis is quoted in the article stating, “DeepMind raises the possibility of allowing robots to self-train by observing humans or other robots and possibly do the job even better. This could drastically reduce the expensive programming time needed to deploy robots. … If a robot could learn a task by itself by watching experts, the ability to deploy robots quickly into a task at a low cost becomes more realistic.” Gayomali notes that Mr. DeAngelis is “CEO of Enterra Solutions, a company that specializes in cognitive reasoning platforms.” To read the full article, click on this link.


Enterra Solutions Recognized as CGT Editor’s Pick for Third Time

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For the third time in four years, Enterra Solutions, LLC has been named as an Editor’s Pick in Consumer Goods Technology’s (CGT) Readers’ Choice issue as a company “poised to make a substantial impact on the consumer goods industry with innovative and necessary tools.” Enterra earned the honor through its work applying its Cognitive Reasoning Platform to McCormick & Co.’s food, sensory, and culinary science initiatives. Enterra has played a key role in the data science behind McCormick’s FlavorPrint tool, which matches home cooks’ flavor preferences with recipes and spices best tailored to their tastebuds. The multi-year partnership is advancing insights and services to better serve consumers and its ecosystem of food and beverage partners. To see the formal announcement, click on this link and to download a copy of Enterra’s press release click here.


Enterra Solutions Adds Talent to its Cognitive Computing, Big Data Analytics and Insights Team

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Enterra Solutions has hired six new professionals to complement its world-class team of computer science, artificial intelligence, applied mathematics, and digital marketing professionals. These individuals, all of whom fill new positions, bring a wide range of commercial and academic experience to Enterra Solutions, which works with leading corporations and governmental agencies to capitalize on the power and potential of Big Data through advanced analytics and actionable insights. To read more about Enterra’s new employees, click on this link.


Enterra CEO featured in Wired’s Innovation Insights Community

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Our CEO, Stephen DeAngelis, was selected as a contributor to Wired magazine’s Innovation Insights Community. His first blog post, Artificial Intelligence Set to Deliver ‘Wow’, was published today. Check it out at http://wrd.cm/1dhzTYM.


Enterra Solutions’ was Referenced as McCormick & Company’s Partner in the November CGT Cover Story

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The cover story for the November issue of CGT magazine discusses how McCormick’s FlavorPrint program is inspiring consumers. Written by Alliston Ackerman, the article entitled “Leaving a Mark,” states: “The concept for FlavorPrint emerged as the culmination of many good ideas from across the organization at a time when McCormick was looking for opportunities to innovate in the digital space. It’s subsequent development was the result of close collaboration between internal teams — from information technology to marketing, sensory, test kitchens and sales — and external resources, like R/GA, its digital agency of record, and Enterra Solutions, LLC, a cloud-based, intelligent supply chain technology company.” Read more.


Enterra’s Cognitive Reasoning Platform™ brings era of Big Data to consumer packaging industry

Orlando, FL — October 28, 2013 Enterra Solutions, LLC, a leading-edge cognitive computing and big data analytics and insights firm, announced today from the Consumer Goods Business and Technology Leadership Conference that it has signed a multi-year contract with McCormick & Company, Inc., to bring the power of big data to its industry-leading food science, sensory science and culinary knowledge to support innovation and growth. Read more.

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