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The future of decision-making involves a creative mix of data, analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI), with just the right dash of human judgment. The result is augmented intelligence – where the analytical power and speed of AI takes over the majority of data processing, guiding human employees to make more agile, smarter decisions and find new discoveries.

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Data scientists, analysts, architects, and developers can use the Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser to see connections in five unique graph layouts, view social networks, and perform graph analytics. The application supports Amazon Neptune, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, Neo4j, Apache TinkerPop, Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph DB, and JanusGraph graph databases.

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Genpact Augmented Intelligence is ranked 18th in Data and Analytics Service Providers while Tom Sawyer Software Graph Database Browser is ranked 30th in Data and Analytics Service Providers. Genpact Augmented Intelligence is rated 0.0, while Tom Sawyer Software Graph Database Browser is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Genpact Augmented Intelligence is most compared with Tech Mahindra Data and Analytics, whereas Tom Sawyer Software Graph Database Browser is most compared with .

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