DeepBD Launching Its First Charleston OperationsStaff Report / Lowcountry Biz
High-tech artificial intelligence company creating 30 new jobs
DeepBD, a developer and operator of artificial intelligence platforms, announced new operations in Charleston. The company's $1.6 million investment is projected to create 30 new jobs.
DeepBD's technology is a comprehensive software system for the acquisition, absorption and curation of large-scale datasets integrated with data analytics, using the latest advancements in artificial intelligence. The company's platform uses cutting-edge technology to remove physical computing limitations, allowing DeepBD to inspect and analyze vast amounts of data as it is collected.
"Our decision to relocate all technical development to Charleston, S.C. was an easy one thanks to the tremendous support we have received from the great people at the Charleston Regional Development Alliance, SCRA, Charleston County and many others. Our company is committed to being a great partner to support this incredible community and invest in the future of this great city and state," said DeepBD, Inc. Chairman Patrick McCollum.
"DeepBD is a natural fit for the city of Charleston's vibrant and growing tech sector. We wish the company great success in the years ahead, and appreciate the high-wage, high skill jobs it will bring to our area," said Charleston Mayor John J. Tecklenburg
The company has established its offices at the South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) / Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Innovation Center, located at 645 Meeting Street in Charleston, S.C.
Hiring for the new positions is already underway, and interested applicants should visit the company's careers page for more information.