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COVID-19 Roundup: Apple, Palantir, Rolls-Royce & More

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the globe, big data and AI have emerged as crucial tools for everything from diagnosis and epidemiology to therapeutic and vaccine development. Here, we collect the latest news in how big Read more…

Apple Releases Turi ML Software as Open Source

Apple last week released Turi Create, an open source package that it says will make it easy for mobile app developers to infuse machine learning into their products with just a few lines of code. "You don't have to be Read more…

Apple Puts a ‘Neural Engine’ Inside the iPhone

Deep learning is integrated into Apple's new iPhone X in a big way. In fact, the company has embedded deep learning capabilities right into the hardware with its new A11 Bionic chip, a CPU-GPU combo processor that Apple Read more…

Tech Startups Wary of Big Data Legal Hassles

At least part of the technological and political blowback from the recent legal battle between the FBI and Apple over government access to encrypted data is a shift among some Silicon Valley startups away from retaining Read more…

Apple’s Mapsense Deal Continues Location Data Push

Apple's acquisition of the mapping visualization startup Mapsense adds to the growing momentum behind analyzing and rendering location data. According to multiple reports, Apple (AAPL) acquired the San Francisco-based Read more…

Why Apple Isn’t Biting on ‘Data for Discounts’ Model

Apple is the most valuable company in the history of the world, with millions of loyal customers using its devices and software to communicate and connect to the Internet. Despite being in prime situation to mine its cus Read more…

What Apple’s Purchase of FoundationDB Would Mean for NoSQL

Apple raised some eyebrows in the big data space last week when it was reported that it's buying NoSQL database developer FoundationDB. For some, the move signaled the emergence of a new group of highly scalable NoSQL da Read more…

Inside the Mind of a Data Artist

Back in November, New York-based educator and data-slinging artist Jer Thorp spoke at a Ted event in his native country about the weight of information and how a childhood experience led him down the path of rethinking visualization of bits.... Read more…

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