Another month is coming to an end — meaning our product owner, Ele-Kaja Gildemann, gives her monthly update of what’s new to the Peltarion Platform!
Let’s see what new updates were made in March:
Great news from Peltarion’s data science team warriors: we’ve just published a brand new open-source library called Sidekick. Its aim is to make users’ life easier while working with the end-to-end tasks of AI projects on the platform. As a first step, Sidekick helps you quickly handle the day-to-day tasks like bundling up data into the Platform-suitable format. Once you’ve imported your data, trained a good model and deployed it, Sidekick also eases sending data examples to the deployment endpoints to get predictions out.
Sidekick helps you with two main tasks:
Feel free to pull, use and contribute. Sidekick comes with Apache 2.0 license meaning that any Platform user is welcome to use it as well as contribute and share your own tips and tricks to other users! Follow the guidelines in README to get started quickly!
It has a brand new look, and, there’s more to it. These are its main highlights:
We’ve taken the next step in enabling our users to have full-scale language model capabilities available at their fingertips. Let us introduce to you: BERT.
Big news! We’re very excited to be launching a new beta feature for text classification, aka sentiment analysis support.
Product update: Each month, we share updates about our progress on the platform and plans for what’s next. Focus of this month? Sleeker design and better user experience.