Leading US Artificial Intelligence Consulting Startup Lazarus Enterprises Partners with IBM to Make Artificial Intelligence Easier, Cheaper and More Readily Available for Everyone
Innovative East Coast US startup Lazarus Enterprises has partnered with multinational technology company IBM to provide integrated solutions to all its customers.
The consulting division of Lazarus Enterprises – a Columbia Business School startup – offers a wide range of business solutions to its clients, including facial recognition, concealed weapon recognition, automated genetic analysis, delay prediction, artificial intelligence (AI) based marketing, and stock market evaluation, in addition to new and custom solutions.
Current clients include leading biotech firms, government/military institutions, banks, airlines and other business startups.
Global cloud platform and cognitive solutions company IBM, the world’s ninth-largest information technology company by revenue, has provided innovative tech solutions to its clients and partners for over a century.
The partnership will help Lazarus Enterprises and their clients capitalize on the ever- expanding AI market, which has been estimated to be worth over 89 billion dollars by 2025.
“By leveraging IBM’s wide swath of tech, we can more quickly and efficiently deploy models to tackle real world problems, use the cloud to decrease server costs and increase availability, and push existing tech to assist businesses both large and small,” said Ariel Elizarov, founder of Lazarus Enterprises. “Together, we can make AI easier, cheaper, and more readily available for everyone.”
“Our clients will be able to enjoy a better end-to-end product because we will have access to more tools, larger resource beds, and better training,” added Elizarov. “Using IBM’s resources will greatly improve our services and offerings – specifically Watson [the IBM supercomputer, named after the company’s founder, that combines AI and sophisticated analytical software for optimal performance as a “question answering” machine], the cloud and storage.”
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