Industry News RoundUp: 6/13/2018
Data scientists have become the darlings of today’s competitive job market. Entry-level salaries can range into six figures, and roughly 700,000 job openings are projected by 2020. There’s good reason for this spike in demand, too.
DataRobot, the Boston-based Data Science company, enables business analysts to build predictive analytics with no knowledge of Machine Learning or programming. It uses automated ML to build and deploy accurate predictive models in a short span of time.
When Forbes wrote about Trilogy Education Services in the fall, the New York-based startup had raised a $30 million Series A round to fund its expanding number of coding boot camps. Today Trilogy announced that it has raised an additional $50 million from investors co-led by Highland Capital Partners, a venture firm with stakes in Rent the Runway, a profitable startup that has been dubbed the “Netflix for dresses,” and in Malware Bytes, a popular anti-virus software firm.