August 21, 2020 | Abby Phillips

RALEIGH – Diveplane keeps racking up the accolades.

Two years after former Epic Games CEO Dr. Michael Capps launched the artificial intelligence (AI) startup, it has been recognized as a sample vendor in four different “Hype Cycle” reports released by global research firm Gartner.

Among them: artificial intelligence; data science and machine learning; emerging technologies; and privacy.

The Raleigh-based company was also named as a Cool Vendor in the 2020 Cool Vendors in AI Core Technologies report by Gartner in April.

The AI-related Gartner Hype Cycles offer high-level overviews of different innovations to stay on top of key trends in the industry.

“We’re very pleased with the recognition, not only of Diveplane’s capabilities, but for synthetic data overall,” said Diveplane Chief Commercial Officer Alan Cross, in a statement. “There are so many possibilities and potential use cases for this technology, we’re excited to be part of such an innovative and groundbreaking industry.”

Added Capps: “In our opinion, recognition in these four Gartner Hype Cycles is an incredible acknowledgement of the power of the synthetic data capabilities that Diveplane possesses. The opportunities for this technology are endless and we’re thrilled that it’s being recognized.”

Founded in 2018, Diveplane develops technology that helps businesses and government organizations understand AI “with a trainable, interpretable and auditable.”

Last October, it released a new tool called ALLUVION. Created specifically for the commercial real estate industry, its algorithms identify constantly changing trends and analyze variable volatility to accurately project market growth, instead of basing predictions solely off past observations.

That same month, it also released GEMINAI, which creates a verifiable synthetic “twin” dataset that maintains the same statistical properties of the original data, but doesn’t include any real-world confidential or personal information.

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