Trust Science, Built on Azure, Crunches Data to Predict¬†Trustworthiness

 

Trust Science, the maker of a platform built on Microsoft Azure that helps individuals and businesses to make better trust-focused decisions, announced it is making its Trust Science scoring BETA application available for public testing.

The Trust Science app calculates the trustworthiness of people, businesses, brands, locations and more. Its calculations are based on very large sets of public and other data and produce scores about how trustworthy someone or something is. With Trust Science, parents can check how trustworthy a babysitter is, recruiters can check if a job applicant will be a good fit, and lenders can check if a borrower can be trusted to pay back a loan and up to what value.

"We repeatedly hear from customers that trust is a critical component of success for businesses in the digital age. The emergence of the cloud creates new opportunities for innovative companies, like Trust Science, who benefit from the agility of Microsoft Azure," said Nicole Herskowitz, senior director of product marketing, Microsoft Azure.

To learn more about Trust Science, its trustworthiness scores and how it uses the power of Azure, read the press release and download the datasheet and the mini-case study.

 

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