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Kx Systems: A Historical Need for Speed

Oct 29, 2020 |

There are a few things that Kx Systems is not. It’s not a new company, for starters, and it’s not a big supporter of open source technology. But if there’s one thing that defines Kx Systems and its approach to helping its clients develop advanced analytics and machine learning systems to work on big data, it’s a relentless focus on speed. Read more…

AI-Enabled DevOps: Reimagining Enterprise Application Development

Oct 28, 2020 |

Today, advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have opened up significant application possibilities, from sensor-driven weather prediction to driverless cars to intelligent chatbots. Development teams have enabled these breakthroughs by leveraging automation to rapidly prototype, iterate, and improve applications. Read more…

Actionable Strategies for Mitigating Risks & Driving Adoption with Responsible Machine Learning

Oct 26, 2020 |

Like other powerful technologies, AI and machine learning (ML) present significant opportunities. To reap the full benefits of Machine Learning (ML), organizations must also mitigate the considerable risks it presents. Read more…

Anger Builds Over Big Tech’s Big Data Abuses

Oct 23, 2020 |

The surveillance economy created by big tech firms is coming under greater scrutiny thanks to legal actions like the Department of Justice’s anti-trust lawsuit against Google this week and films like “The Social Dilemma,” which was released last month. Read more…

The Future of Augmented Intelligence: A Q&A with RingDNA

Oct 21, 2020 |

There are legitimate fears about human workers being replaced by machine learning and robots. It is bound to happen, at least on some scale. But instead of succumbing to unreasonable fears about machines destroying jobs en masse, workers are better served preparing for the inevitable adoption of new technology and embracing the opportunity to improve their productivity with AI–augmented intelligence, that is. Read more…

Researchers Demonstrate Less-than-One Shot Machine Learning

Oct 19, 2020 |

We’re accustomed to thinking that bigger is better in machine learning. If 10 samples are good, then 100 samples must be even better. However, researchers from the University of Waterloo recently demonstrated the feasibility of “less than one-shot” learning, or a model that can learn to identify something, even if it’s never seen an example of it. Read more…

Lightweight Kubernetes Pushes Orchestrator to the Edge

Oct 15, 2020 |

Kubernetes, the evolving cluster orchestrator, has gone on a diet, stepping off the scales as a lightweight, resilient clustering tool that switches to autopilot once three or more nodes are clustered. Read more…

Data-Driven Businesses Are Better Prepared to Emerge from COVID-19

Oct 9, 2020 |

It’s been suggested that COVID-19 has rendered investments in data obsolete. The assumption is that we can’t rely on past data because what and how consumers behaved pre-COVID doesn’t matter anymore. Read more…

AWS Cuts Prices for SageMaker GPU Instances

Oct 7, 2020 |

Amazon Web Services is cutting prices on its SageMaker managed

service for machine learning and deep learning as it attracts more financial services, healthcare and retail customers building and training ML models in production. Read more…

Pandemic Driving ‘Back to Basics’ in Big Data, Study Suggests

Oct 1, 2020 |

During a financial crisis or natural disaster, stock traders frequently abandon risky equities and instead move to safer bets, like utilities, precious metals, and consumer goods. We may be seeing the same sort of flight to safety in the big data world as a result of all the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent study suggests. Read more…

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