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Cognistx announces Partnership with SAE International on Artificial Intelligence tool

Cognistx will use natural language processing and text intelligence to improve SAE International's OnQue Digital Standard System.

Cognitive computing company Cognistx announces its partnership with the world’s leading association for engineers in the aerospace industry SAE International to improve the global engineering standards of artificial intelligence and machine learning. 

With this partnership, both the companies plan to expand SAE International’s SAE OnQue Digital platform. This unique system enables engineers in the aerospace sector to speed up the product development process, reduce the complexity of projects, and digitally connect their products. 

Cognistx will use natural language processing and text intelligence technologies to increase the platform storage capacity up to 66%. That would help the SAE community search and apply for jobs in their fields. 

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Sanjay Chopra, CEO of Cognistx, said, “The OnQue Digital Standards System enables decisions to be made faster. AI reduces the grunt work of searching through mountains of data so aerospace companies can work more efficiently and quickly.” 

He further mentioned that this tool would also allow users to accurately search their desired information in a manner that they do not miss out on standards they did not know existed. Cognistx had processed more than 3,000 SAE approved documents related to aerospace parts and material standards earlier this year. 

Sanjay Chopra founded the North Carolina-based company Cognistx in the year 2015. The firm specializes in developing computing solutions for real-world challenges using data science tools. 

The Chief Growth Officer of SAE International, Frank Menchaca, said, “Our collaboration with Cognistx allows us to use the power of artificial intelligence to better integrate standards into engineering workflows for product development, product performance, and quality management.” 

He also added that by ensuring security, the aerospace industry could be transformed using groundbreaking products developed by engineers in an efficient way.

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Dipayan Mitra
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