Tysons, VA 22102

Advanced Analytics & Emerging Technology

Use augmented intelligence to do more with less.

Today, computers are more powerful than ever. By learning through analyzing data and making predictions based on data analysis, computer programs can be built to evolve and adapt independently. Effectively performing many of the same tasks humans do, the implementation of emerging technologies such as AI/ML, Blockchain/DLT, and Cognitive Computing can be a force multiplier to increase productivity. Epigen starts with an assessment of an organization’s maturity level to accept and use emerging technologies. We ask the why, how, what and look at the results the organization wants to achieve. Based on resources currently available, we will make a recommendation and proceed to build and integrate the establishment of advanced analytics and emerging technologies into your organization’s processes. Epigen’s expertise solves the puzzle of doing more with less. Using state of the art advanced analytics and machine learning, we turn organizational priorities into a shared vision that is aligned with available resources.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence covers a broad spectrum of different techniques being developed in research communities and industries to solve many big data problems such as natural language processing, computer vision, and voice recognition. Epigen focuses its efforts in the development of practical applications of these techniques. We have implemented a framework, methodology and model that not only provides an intelligent solution to our customers problem, but also educates our customer in the areas of big data, statistical analysis, and data science.

Blockchain / DLT

Simply put, a blockchain is a combination of three technology concepts: private key cryptography, a distributed and decentralized network with a shared ledger, and protocols to service the network’s transactions, and maintain record keeping and security. None of these technologies are new—it is the orchestration of these services in the implementation of an application that provides a new approach to secure, integrated business processes. We have developed a methodology and framework that helps our partners understand the fundamental concepts of blockchain and assists them in defining practical use cases for the application of blockchain technologies.

Cognitive Computing

Cognitive Computing is often used to refer to hardware and/or software that mimics the functioning of the human brain and helps to improve human decision-making. In this sense, cognitive computing is a new type of computing with the goal of generating more accurate models of how the human brain/mind senses, reasons, and responds to stimulus. Cognitive computing applications link data analysis and adaptive user interfaces to adjust content for a particular type of audience. We have developed a cognitive interface that visualizes the integration multiple machine learning techniques to address problems in the areas of cyber security, criminal enforcement, and investigations.