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March 6, 2018 to Launch Flagship AI Platform

BELLEVUE, Wash., March 6, 2018 — is excited to announce that it will be announcing the general release of its flagship AI platform at the Strata Data Conference in San Jose, California from March 5 – 8, 2018.

OneClick’s revolutionary flagship product will allow any enterprise to automatically create and deploy custom artificial intelligence models using OneClick’s proprietary deep learning AI platform in a matter of hours and days rather than spending months in development and testing. It is built for deep learning.

“We are very excited to announce the release of our revolutionary AI platform at the Strata Conference”, says Yuan Shen, CEO of “Our platform will change the way organizations think about AI, and the Strata conference is the perfect place for us to show it.”

With’s offering, the efficiency that comes along with the automated process has transformed how AI projects are planned and implemented in businesses. Without any AI technical background required, users can benefitboth the efficiency and quality to build various AI applications like sales forecasting, customer retention, click prediction, image classification, object recognition, recommendation system, etc.

About the Strata Data Conference

The Strata Data Conference attracts thousands of top data scientists, analysts, engineers and executives to its annual conference. The largest gathering of its kind, it’s where technologists and decision makers turn data and algorithms into business advantage.

About is a VC-funded startup that offers a truly revolutionary artificial intelligence SAAS platform that provides AI capabilities to any organization. Exceptionally easy to use and deploy, is the first AI platform that fully embraces deep learning, allowing anyone to build and deploy models for a variety of applications using a process that fully automates data preprocessing, feature engineering and model customization.


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