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Data Science Artificial Intelligence (AI) As A Service. Detects data types. Suggests deep learning models works on your data. Applies selected models and let you create queries on them to make predictions, classifications and new data generations. No information is required about the data and procedures. Your data is stored as encrypted. The process is completely automated. Python client https://github.com/Bicedeep/BicedeepAiApiPythonClient
Use our API's to create your own Fantasy Sports game. We have all the stats and a world class Fantasy Game Engine. Use your own customer base and connect to our Fantasy Sports Platform. Our services calculate all the statistics and payouts for you. We support many different game types, including Player Draft, Pick em (against spread support) and many many more. We have all the sports stats in the world in real time. We calculate all the points and winnings and send that data back to you. Build rich fan engaging experiences for your users. Use it for any sport or niche. Play in free or real cash games. Think Fantasy As A Service.
ZoomInfo is a subscription-based software as a service (SaaS) company based in Waltham, Massachusetts that sells access to its database of information about business people and companies to sales, marketing and recruiting professionals. The company was originally established in 2000 as Eliyon Technologies by founder Yonatan Stern. Zoom Information Inc. (ZoomInfo) was founded by Yonatan Stern in 2000 as Eliyon Technologies. In 2017, ZoomInfo received a private equity investment from Great Hill Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm, of $240 million. In Zoominfo's original business model, it sold access to its database of information about business people; its initial customers were human resources professionals, and people interested in targeting ads to business people and tracking their responses. In 2005 it said had information on about 25 million people and 1.5 million companies; by 2007 it said it had information on about 40 million people. Zoominfo acquired and maintains its database by copying data from the internet using a proprietary web crawler called NextGenSearchBot, analyzing the copied data to extract information, and storing the information in a database.