Modulos presents AI AutoML platform at GITEX Global Technology Week

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND, October 14, 2021 — is excited to join GITEX Global at the Dubai World Trade Center, the largest tech event held in the Middle East and Africa, on October 17-21, 2021. GITEX this year is set to be one of the biggest tech shows in the world, with 4,500 exhibitors and 100,000 visitors from 140 countries expected to attend.

Modulos will be a part of the Swiss Pavilion (located at H2-D45) featuring the most prominent innovative Swiss startups. At the Modulos booth, visitors can experience a live demo of the Modulos platform and engage on AI related matters with our on-site top experts.

Kevin Schawinski, CEO, said “we are excited to showcase our AutoML platform at GITEX. It’s our mission to simplify the AI journey to democratize the access to AI technology.” The idea for Modulos began when Prof. Kevin Schawinski and Prof. Ce Zhang were looking to use machine learning for astrophysics research. “We had the ideal combination of computer scientists and astrophysicists working together, but progress wasn’t as fast as we hoped,” said Prof. Schawinski. “The tools for building machine learning solutions didn’t provide the guidance needed to go rapidly from idea to top-performing model. That’s when we sat down to rethink how machine learning should work.”

Ce Zhang, co-founder and professor at ETH Zurich said “as the platforms growths both in feature richness and popularity among various industries, we are delighted to be at GITEX to help accelerate digital transformation further also in Middle East and Africa, with state-of-the-art machine learning capability”

Modulos is a spinoff of ETH Zurich, one of the leading European AI research institutions.

To schedule a meeting with Modulos head directly to the booth and feel free to engage our experts onsite or send us an email at [email protected]

About Modulos

Modulos AG operates in the AI software industry. The platform is designed to make the creation and deployment of trustworthy AI applications which are safe, reliable, transparent and fair, accessible to non-ML experts.

Modulos takes a revolutionary approach by centering the AI journey on data, rather than models, our so-called Data-Centric AI (DCAI). The search for good models can now be automated with our commercial AutoML, while the factor that limits model performance is now the data itself.

We solve this by providing actionable insights on how to address shortcomings in datasets—such as dirty labels, outliers, missing or incorrect labels, and missing and dirty feature values—to instead build ML models that result in desired performance outcomes. This new data-centric approach is based on cutting-edge research done by leading AI researchers, including our co-founder at ETH Zurich, one of the world’s top AI research.