Startup MosaicML is on a mission to help the AI community improve prediction accuracy, decrease costs and save time by providing tools for easy training and deployment of large AI models.
MosaicML, a member of NVIDIA’s Inception program, has identified two key barriers to widespread adoption: the difficulty of coordinating a large number of GPUs to train a model and the costs associated with this process.
MosaicML was in the news earlier this month when Databricks announced an agreement to acquire MosaicML for $1.3 billion.
Making training of models accessible is key for many companies that need control over model behavior, respect data privacy and iterate fast to develop new products based on AI.
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