Synthetaic Hires Director of Product Management and Chief Architect

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Synthetic, the end-to-end artificial intelligence company eliminating the need for human labeling of data, announced the hiring of Jennifer Marx as Director of Product Management and Ben Kotvis as Chief Architect. In their new roles, Marx and Kotvis will help lead the team in scaling its platform and improving AI model readiness for Synthetaic customers. The new hires follow a year of substantial customer growth and product development for Synthetaic.

Synthetaic provides organizations with an end-to-end pipeline for AI-enabled solutions without the traditional reliance on human-labeled data, enabling AI insights in minutes instead of months of human annotation . Synthetaic’s flagship technology, RAIC (Rapid Automatic Image Categorization), enables rapid object labeling, AI modeling and solution deployment by analyzing large multidimensional imagery datasets, and enables non- experts to build and run detection AI models in minutes.

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With deep experience in project, program and product management, Marx will help shape Synthetaic’s customer needs as the company expands its offerings into new industries. Marx previously served as Senior Director of Program Management for Access Control and Video Security Systems at Johnson Controls. She brings a deep understanding of the speed-to-market challenges faced by enterprise customers building AI models and using data to deliver solutions to market.

“I am thrilled to join the Synthetaic team, especially at this stage of their growth. Synthetaic’s technology will have a dramatic impact on a number of industries, so understanding the unique challenges and opportunities in their data and AI development will be critical to reaching our potential,” Marx said. “I am excited by the potential applications of Synthetaic’s platform, especially with our focus on deploying this technology in areas such as climate change, healthcare and security where we can have significant impacts. and transformers.”

Ben Kotvis will lead the further development of Synthetaic’s platform as chief architect. Kotvis brings over 16 years of work as a software engineer and architect, most recently as Chief Architect at Insight for IoT and Modern Applications. Kotvis will be instrumental in scaling Synthetaic’s platform and developing new solutions to address some of AI’s toughest challenges.

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“The technology that Synthetaic has developed is really impressive, but I’m also impressed with the team,” Kotvis said. “There are so many areas where AI is struggling to deploy simply because of data challenges, and Synthetaic offers a solution that can not only solve data scarcity, but can scale quickly and dramatically. I am excited about the problems we will be able to solve together.

Marx and Kotvis join Synthetaic after a year of rapid growth and development for the company, including partnerships with National Geographic, Climate TRACE, AFWERX and researchers in industries ranging from astronomy to healthcare.

“The experience that Jennifer and Ben bring to Synthetaic will have an immediate impact in accelerating our work,” said Corey Jaskolski, Founder and CEO of Synthetaic. “At our rate of growth, we need the best talent and people dedicated to solving unprecedented problems and creating solutions for the future.”

Synthetaic is currently recruiting engineers and developers who have experience in applied machine learning and data science. The company is looking to hire in academia and industry to grow its team and ensure that Synthetaic continues to lead the generation of synthetic data and the development of unique AI models.

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