Samsung SDS Launches Brightics AI Supporters

Samsung SDS launched “Brightics Supporters” which is a team of college students recruited to carry out data analytics tasks by using Brightics AI.

+ Launched “Brightics Supporters” which nurtures college students into data scientists through analysis of industrial data
+ Brightics AI to be included in Korean high school textbooks
+ Brightics Analytics Services, a cloud-based subscription service, widely offered to consumers

On June 10, Samsung SDS launched “Brightics Supporters” which is a team of college students recruited to carry out data analytics tasks by using Brightics AI over the following five months.

Brightics AI is an AI-based data analytics platform of Samsung SDS that enables users to quickly collect and analyze massive amounts of data and easily visualize them while deploying various AI analytics models of each industry to present solutions. It is used by companies in a wide range of industries including manufacturing, e-commerce, logistics and health care, along with universities and research institutes.

20 Brightics Supporters will use Brightics AI to perform data analytics tasks in teams or individually, which will be a valuable opportunity to develop their capabilities as data scientists.

Data analytics experts of Samsung SDS will offer support throughout the entire process of conducting the tasks, from utilizing Brightics AI to setting data analytics models, through one-on-one mentoring.

In addition to this, Samsung SDS has supported various lectures and research on data analytics application, machine learning, deep learning and data modeling using Brightics AI through its industry-academia collaboration programs with Sungkyunkwan University, Hanyang University, Seoul National University, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Yonsei University, Korea University and Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST).

Moreover, Brightics AI will be included in Korean high school textbooks, as it has been selected as a training tool for the elective subject of basics of artificial intelligence in Korean high schools.

In recognition of such achievements and technological competence, Brightics AI joined the ranks of prominent machine learning platforms announced by Gartner this year which was a first-ever for a Korean company, following its appearance in the report published by global consulting firm Forrester last year.

What’s also notable is that Samsung SDS launched the SaaS version of Brightics AI called “Brightics Analytics Services” last year, which has been well received by clients demanding easy and fast data analytics service in the cloud environment.

Free trial of Brightics AI is available at My Trial ( of Samsung SDS website.

At the kick-off ceremony, Eunjoo Lee, vice president and leader of DT Business Planning Team at Samsung SDS, stated in her welcoming speech that “data analytics has now become a basic skill that students should attain regardless of their major” and that “Brightics AI will continuously be developed in line with the increasing demand for data analytics at companies as well as for educational purpose in schools.”