what new sep2020

What's New

We're updating DataRobot regularly. Check back here to see the latest improvements and newest features.

DataRobot 6.3

Released December 15, 2020

DataRobot Release 6.3 is here and contains bounty of highly requested features. Bias and fairness testing is new in Automated Machine Learning, MLOps introduces Portable Prediction Servers, and Automated Time Series includes visual feature lineage, new deep learning blueprints, pre-loaded holiday calendars, and many other enhancements to provide deeper insights and more human-friendly explanations for all your time series models.

Automatic Bias and Fairness Testing

AI that Shares Your Values. A key component of building trusted AI is ensuring alignment with your ethics and values. New in DataRobot Release 6.3, bias and fairness testing allows you to flag protected features in your dataset and then actively guides you through the selection of the best fairness metric to fit the specifics of your use case. Once your models are built, we then surface visual insights to illustrate the results of the selected bias and fairness test. If bias is identified, you can use the Cross-Class Data Disparity tool to perform root cause analysis, diagnosing the source of bias in your data, and ultimately directing you towards mitigation steps in your data collection or processing.

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DataRobot 6.2

Released September 14, 2020

DataRobot Release 6.2 is here, and it’s packed with innovation for every step of your AI journey from data to value. The release includes next-level feature discovery, a new comprehensive autopilot mode for maximum accuracy, anomaly assessment insights, governed approval workflows for MLOps, and so much more.

Next-Level Feature Discovery

Find Predictive Signal In Related Data. Release 6.2 takes our automated feature discovery capabilities to a new level. We have enhanced the dataset relationship workflow, making it much more intuitive. You can now select multiple datasets, as well as define, edit, and visualize all your relationships at the same time. Feature discovery is also more transparent. You can access logs to get details on which features were explored, discarded, or generated. You can also download the full training dataset, including all the values derived during the feature discovery process.

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DataRobot 6.1

Released June 16, 2020

In Release 6.1, we focus on the business end of enterprise AI with a new use case value tracker. We’ve also introduced spatially aware models with Location AI, anomaly detection for Automated Time Series, and champion/challenger models for MLOps. Here are just some of the highlights.

DataRobot Location AI

Where Predictions Count. In DataRobot Release 6.1, we introduce spatial awareness to our Automated Machine Learning product. Location AI is a new patent pending feature that allows your predictive models to understand spatial relationships between observations in a dataset. For example, one of the best ways to predict home prices is to know the prices of other homes in the same neighborhood. Knowing the effects of proximity is critical for many prediction problems, and Location AI automates complex spatial modeling tasks for both novice and expert users. You can also mix your location data with other data types, including tabular, text, and images.

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DataRobot 6.0

Released April 2, 2020

Release 6.0 of the DataRobot takes enterprise AI to the next level. It is, by far, the most innovative and feature rich version in our history. DataRobot Visual AI brings image-based models to the Automated Machine Learning product. We’ve introduced a new suite of AI applications that turn your predictions into business decisions and added major enhancements to MLOps, Automated Time Series, and DataRobot Paxata.

DataRobot Visual AI for Automated Machine Learning

Help Your AI See the Big Picture. In Release 6.0 of DataRobot, we are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking new capability in our Automated Machine Learning product. DataRobot Visual AI gives you the ability to easily incorporate image data into your machine learning models alongside tabular and text-based data types. This enables your organization to get value from computer vision, right away — all with the same DataRobot usability, workflow, visuals, and other UI features you know and love.

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