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Ethical Data Science Is Good Data Science

There’s no doubt about it: The future will be machine driven, and central to this future are the advanced algorithms, which are fueled by the data they’re trained on. Every ad you see, every car driving itself, every Read more…

A Deep Learning Approach for Detecting Unknown Malware

All of the major antivirus vendors at this point are moving towards machine learning approaches to keep up with the evolving threat landscape. That's the good news. However, with upwards of 1 million new pieces of malwar Read more…

Masking Technical Complexity in the Security Data Lake

Today's growing cybersecurity threat demands a sophisticated response, one that increasingly involves the utilization of big data technologies like parallel file systems and machine learning. However, some security exper Read more…

The Next Data Revolution: Intelligent Real-Time Decisions

Over the past decade, big data analysis and applications have revolutionized practices in business and science. They enabled new businesses (e.g., Facebook, Netflix), to disrupt existing industries (e.g., Airbnb, Uber), Read more…

News In Brief

Torch.AI Looks to Replace ‘Store and Reduce’ with Synaptic Mesh

Torch.AI, the profitable startup applying machine learning to analyze data “in-flight” via its proprietary synaptic mesh technology, announced its first funding round along with expansion plans. The Series A round Read more…

Data Privacy Startup Privacera Raises More Cash

Growing demand for data governance, privacy and security tools needed to comply with an expanding list of national data-privacy rules continues to attract investors as more sensitive data shifts to the cloud. The late Read more…

Algorithmia Adds Data Governance Tools

Data governance and a growing list of compliance rules remain key considerations for managing machine learning models in production. Vendors are responding to the growing risks with compliance frameworks as they flesh ou Read more…

Pandemic Boosting Open Source Adoption

It turns out that economic downturns are good for open source software adoption, a new vendor survey finds. The open developer community was already thriving when the pandemic whacked the global economy at the beginni Read more…

Palantir Looks to Build on Snowflake’s IPO Success

On the heels of Snowflake’s wildly successful initial public offering, investors are eagerly awaiting Palantir Technologies’ direct listing this week in what is expected to be the latest in a series of lucrative trad Read more…

This Just In

Facteus Joins Snowflake Partner Network

Aug 9, 2021 |

PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 9, 2021 — Facteus, a leading provider of technology and services to safely unlock actionable insights within sensitive data, today announced it is now part of the Snowflake Partner Network, focusing on enabling financial services organizations to safely access the scale, speed, and data services available in the Snowflake Data Cloud. Read more…

Data Science Experts to Discuss the Future of Digital Fairness at ICDS Fall Symposium

Aug 5, 2021 |

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., Aug. 5, 2021 — The ever-growing power of data requires an ever-deepening responsibility on the part of data scientists to use that power fairly and equitably. Recognizing this, Penn State’s Institute for Computational and Data Sciences (ICDS) will host a symposium this fall aimed at fostering digital fairness. Read more…

Elastic Introduces Free and Open Limitless XDR

Aug 4, 2021 |

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 4, 2021 — Elastic (“Elastic”), the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack, today announced the launch and general availability of a free and open Limitless Extended Detection and Response (XDR). Read more…

BlueConic Customer Data Platform Offers a Data Clean Room Solution

Jul 28, 2021 |

BOSTON, July 28, 2021 — Driven by the death of the third-party cookie and its debilitating impact on the digital advertising industry, data clean rooms are growing in popularity among brands and publishers alike. Read more…

Penn State Professor Receives ACM Test of Time Award for Paper on Data Privacy

Jul 26, 2021 |

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., July 26, 2021 — A 2011 paper on data privacy co-authored by Dan Kifer, professor of computer science and engineering at Penn State, received the 2021 Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Management of Data (ACM SIGMOD) Test of Time award. Read more…

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