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The collaboration software giant Atlassian, which has a market cap of roughly $47 billion, is launching its first major machine learning-based features for its flagship products. 

Atlassian launched several capabilities across its products like Jira, Confluent, and Bitbucket on Wednesday that it calls “smarts,” which can help users save time by making predictions on what they’ll do.

To build these new features, the team tracked patterns about how its 150,000 cloud customers use its products. Those broad-strokes observations will be paired with a company’s individual usage to create personalized suggestions for users. 

“All these interactions allow us to have a data driven understanding of what you work on,” founder of the Smarts and Machine Learning team at Atlassian, Shihab Hamid, told Business Insider. “By understanding these patterns, the machine learning gets smarter over time.”

For example, Atlassian’s products will suggest collaborators on projects or who should be brought into a conversation or code review — like recommending the top five most likely teammates to add to a project.

“That speeds up a common process that’s repeated hundreds of times day-to-day,” Hamid said. “We’ve built a slew of different intelligent experiences that help bring in the right person at the right time.”

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Source:: Businessinsider – Tech


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