Artificial Intelligence: Quantexa, a Decision Intelligence Solution Provider, to Invest $155M+ in AI Industry

Quantexa, which claims to be a global leader in Decision Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, announced that it will invest over $155M in the global artificial intelligence (AI) industry over the next three years “to help clients advance the use of AI to protect, optimize, and grow their organizations.”

By 2027, Quantexa’s total global investment in AI will reach more than $250M.

The investment reportedly “marks Quantexa’s continued advancements in AI with the preview of its Generative AI technology, Q Assist.”

Quantexa also furthered its commitment “to advancing the company’s existing AI Stack to enable its growing global ecosystem of clients and partners to unlock new industry-specific use cases for financial services, insurance, telecommunications, healthcare, and in the public sector.”

Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence platform and suite of solutions for data management, customer intelligence, KYC, risk, fraud, and financial crime “have been deployed in over 70 countries.”

Analysis from the University of Washington suggests “this investment will boost the global AI industry by $760M as the multiplier effect is realized.”

Built on Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform, “the technology preview of Q Assist, a generative AI assistant, demonstrates the potential of using LLM’s to create an intuitive and conversational interface bringing new efficiencies for analysts working with data to identify risks as part of investigations.”

For organizations the potential benefit is significant – “as the AI assistant allows all analyst staff to become as effective as the most experienced investigators.”

Q Assist is LLM agnostic and will “allow clients to use their own proprietary, open source, or commercially available models including ChatGPTTM, a leading LLM from OpenAI.”

Quantexa’s entity resolution, graph analytics, and scoring capabilities “become turbo-charged when they can be queried with natural language questions and prompts in Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform.”

Today, in a video showcase, Quantexa demonstrated “one of what could become many potential use cases for Q Assist.”

The financial crime investigation scenario “was chosen to show the potential in using natural language to query vast amounts of structured and unstructured data at scale, allowing even junior analysts to understand the complex data behind graph analytics and alerts.”

The preview also “showed the ability to automate the generation of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) and investigative summaries – possible in close to 100 languages – driving further efficiency in what is typically a manually intensive process and allowing more time to be redirected to strategic activities.”

Enterprises and government agencies are “using Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence to become more effective and efficient at organizing siloed, messy data to obtain 360-degree views of customers and suppliers to identify fraud, qualify eligibility for services, stop dangerous goods at borders, or optimize supply chains.”

Quantexa is using three core principles to responsibly build out its AI Stack:

  • Context-Based Learning: Just as humans require full context to make informed decisions, so does AI. Without context, even the smartest machine learning or deep learning algorithms lack accuracy to be deployed reliably. For example, it’s impossible for a person or AI model to know if a single bank transaction in isolation is money laundering.
  • Quantexa builds true context by using data to create single views of people, organizations, places, and other entities and assembles them visually to show complex interactions between entities. This context is what enables a person or AI to make an accurate decision.
  • Composite AI: Quantexa’s Composite AI Stack aggregates the outputs of many different techniques, including machine learning, natural language processing and deep learning. Combining these with input from subject matter experts, organizations can continually use analytics to improve decisioning to protect, optimize, and grow. Quantexa uses exclusive access to huge volumes of structured and unstructured industry data to train its AI and provides out-of-the-box open models, giving clients the ability to modify or create their own.
  • Explainability and Trust: In the highly regulated environments that organizations work in, it is crucial that decisions are transparent and explainable with no suggestion of bias. Quantexa’s technology and governance uses context-based techniques and composite AI to drive adoption of explainable outcomes without privacy concerns. Quantexa publicly maintains its AI ethics and safety guidelines here.

Vishal Marria, CEO and Founder, Quantexa said:

“While many companies are talking about AI and machine learning, we have been investing in it since our inception. We are investing our time, money, and resources into the biggest technological breakthrough for generations as it will transform how organizations make decisions. We’re proud to invest in London-based innovation but the impact will be felt by the global economy and will start a ripple effect that will unlock decision intelligence capabilities for our clients and their respective industries.”

Dr Oren Etzioni, Professor at the University of Washington’s Computer Science and founding CEO of the Allen Institute for AI said:

“An investment of 100 AI jobs will drive economic growth not just in London but around the world. The places most likely to benefit are AI innovation hubs like New York City, Seattle, and San Francisco. Based on my research into the impact of AI on employment and economic growth, the long-term monetary benefits of this announcement will increase significantly because of the multiplier effect from job creation and innovation. An initial investment of $250M is likely to benefit the wider AI industry by roughly $750M globally within three years.”

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