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    1. 3 projects lighting a fire under machine learning

      3 projects lighting a fire under machine learning

      3 projects lighting a fire under machine learning PyTorch, MXNet, and upstart Java-centric Smile bring greater speed and ease to model training and deployment Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry Senior Writer, InfoWorld | Aug 30, 2017 Thinkstock Python: Programming made easy Mention machine learning, and many common frameworks pop into mind, from “old” stalwarts like Scikit-learn to juggernauts like Google’s TensorFlow .

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    2. Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training

      Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training

      Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training The company's new specialized hardware will accelerate the creation of intelligent apps Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | May 17, 2017 Credit: Google Larry Ellison learns to love the cloud Google has made another leap forward in the realm of machine learning hardware.

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    3. Nvidia's Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box

      Nvidia's Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box

      Nvidia's Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box The Nvidia supercomputer will ship for $149,000 in the third quarter Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | May 11, 2017 Credit: Nvidia How to remove malware You won’t need to buy a rack of 400 servers if you have one high-powered Nvidia DGX-1 supercomputer with a Volta GPU sitting on your desktop.

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    4. 11 technologies developers should explore now

      11 technologies developers should explore now

      11 technologies developers should explore now From machine learning to digital twins, opportunities abound in emerging (and converging) tech trends Paul Heltzel (InfoWorld) 24 April, 2017 20:00 - Comments New and evolving technologies are rapidly reshaping how we work—offering creative opportunities for developers who are willing to pivot and adopt new skills.

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    5. What users could expect from Apple's homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads

      What users could expect from Apple's homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads

      What users could expect from Apple's homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads iPhones could get better gaming, AI, and image recognition features Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | Apr 4, 2017 Credit: Apple WWDC 2015: The top 3 biggest reveals Apple has one big reason to move to a homegrown GPU: It wants full control over the hardware and software in its devices.

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      Mentions: Microsoft Apple Intel
    6. Enterprises want to add Alexa-style interfaces to apps

      Enterprises want to add Alexa-style interfaces to apps

      Twitter Enterprises want to add Alexa-style interfaces to apps Conversational interfaces a la Alexa, Siri, and Cortana top the list of tech trends companies want to incorporate in their software Paul Conversational user interfaces like Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri, and Microsoft's Cortana have caught the attention of developers, with businesses now looking to incorporate the technology into customer-facing apps, consultant firm ThoughtWorks said in assessing recent technology trends.

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    7. Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better

      Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better

      Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better More like this A Salesforce.com logo on the front of the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Credit: Martyn Williams Machine learning, predictive analytics, and natural language processing are coming to all of Salesforce's clouds Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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    8. No robots required: AI will eliminate these jobs first | Cio

      No robots required: AI will eliminate these jobs first | Cio

      Comments Meet your newest employee, Amelia. She's intelligent, well groomed, and responsive to your moods. If she seems a little robotic, well, that's because she's actually an artificially intelligent entity living inside a software platform. From Alexa to Viv , the world is now full of voice-enabled cloud-connected assistants. But Amelia is more than merely a series of speech-savvy algorithms -- she's Siri with a doctorate in psychology.

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    9. Want to boost your salary? Learn Scala, Golang, or Python

      Want to boost your salary? Learn Scala, Golang, or Python

      Informed news analysis every weekday Want to boost your salary? Learn Scala, Golang, or Python More like this Those languages, along with big data tech like Apache Spark, are some of the most reliable ways to bolster your paycheck, according to salary-tracking site PayScale Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry Comments Want a pay boost? Pick up a new skill. Which one?

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      Mentions: Hadoop Apple Google
    10. Microsoft revamps Dynamics CRM for fresh run at Salesforce.com

      Microsoft revamps Dynamics CRM for fresh run at Salesforce.com

      Microsoft is about to make a fresh run at its CRM (customer relationship management) rival Salesforce.com with new capabilities for marketing automation, customer support and social media monitoring.The three components, which came about in part through Microsoft's acquisitions of Parature, MarketingPilot and NetBreeze, map in a competitive sense to Salesforce.com's Service Cloud, ExactTarget ...

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    11. SDL looks to battle Oracle, Salesforce.com in 'customer experience'

      SDL looks to battle Oracle, Salesforce.com in 'customer experience'

      Customer experience has emerged as one of the enterprise software industry's hotter segments of late, as companies try to run marketing, sales and support across both traditional and digital channels. While Salesforce.com, Oracle, and other large vendors have generated headlines for their moves into customer experience, SDL is hoping to present itself as an independent alternative with a newly ...

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      Mentions: Oracle Chrysler Bosch
    12. Yahoo acquires mobile video app startup Ptch

      Yahoo acquires mobile video app startup Ptch

      Yahoo has acquired Ptch, the startup behind a mobile app that allowed users to combine photos and video on their phones into movies, and the service will shut down by January. Incubated by DreamWorks Animation, Ptch was positioned as a social media application that enabled users to make stylized short videos, called ptches, and share them with the Ptch network of users as well as on Facebook and ...

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      Mentions: India New York Yahoo
    13. Google taps big data for universal translator

      Google taps big data for universal translator

      Statistical analysis beats algorithms for language translation, Google says, but which massive volumes of linguistic data will it use?

      Google Translate is currently best known for being a quick and dirty way to render Web pages or short text snippets in another language. But according to Der Spiegel, the next step for the core technology behind that service is a device that amounts to the universal translator from "Star Trek."

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