Artificial intelligence startup DataRobot is laying off 26% of its remaining staff across multiple business units in a move to control costs, interim CEO Debanjan Saha said in an all-hands meeting, according to a person who attended it. An additional 7% of DataRobot’s staff have agreed to leave voluntarily, Saha said in the meeting. DataRobot has between 800 and 900 employees in the U.S.,...
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