DataRobot revealed yesterday during an online AI Experience Worldwide conference that it has acquired Zepl as part of a larger effort to enable data scientists to customize AI models developed on its platform. Zepl created an open source Apache Zepyl notebook that enables data scientists to collaboratively develop and analyze code written in Python, R, or Scala.
DataRobot also unveiled a slew of updates, including an ability to clone, edit, and reconfigure machine learning blueprints created using the AutoML framework at the core of its platform for constructing AI models. That Composable ML feature enables organizations to integrate their own custom training code with the AutoML framework employed by DataRobot, senior VP Nenshad Bardoliwalla said. “Data scientists can now tweak our AI models,” he added.