Powerful software for business & industrial applications of machine learning, big or small.
Made for applied, multi-stakeholder projects in data science that include non-technical professionals.
Visually debug your models, assess datasets, gain insights into tensor metrics and more.
Less abstract representations of your machine learning models with extensive details about your data and neural networks.
Get approval and make the sale with better abilities to explain the impact of your AI projects to clients.
Check out our growing list of features for explainable AI and prototyping.
Machine learning solutions for business and industry requires more than just Python code.
Data scientists and engineers, product managers and business leaders, domain experts and regulators: we all must work together to ensure artificial neural networks are accurate, robust, reproducible and understood--not to mention delivered on time and within budget.
Zetane is the software tool your organization needs to excel on all fronts.
Whether for computer vision, natural language processing, or just about any convolutional neural network that’s right for the job, Zetane enables your entire team to understand and control your progress from data analysis, to the building of high-performance models, to deploying a trustworthy solution.
Human-understandable and actionable AI in enterprise
“Zetane enables us to see inside the black box of the neural networks we design and to see the effect of each of the inputs on the outputs, which improves our ability to explain the results.”
Rola Harmouche, PhD
National Research Council of Canada
Research Officer in Machine Learning
Freddy Lécué, PhD
cortAIx of Thales Group
Chief AI Scientist
“Zetane demonstrated the value of visualization of inputs, process and outputs in machine learning for the purpose of explainability, introspection and intelligibility. This is a clear differentiator.”
Sylvain Pronovost, PhD
Former Lead AI Scientist
“The Zetane Engine helped demonstrate the full value of our AI business solutions to some of the largest utility companies in Asia and the Middle East.”