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Jun
20
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

Elon Musk’s SpaceX filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on March 1, 2017 to put nearly 12,000 satellites into orbit– an additional 7,518 satellites on top of a previous application for 4,425 satellites. The primary objective is …

 
Jun
20
2018
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
publication: the Guardian section: Culture dept.: Books story: the Top 10 Books • to help you survive the digital age author: by Julian Gough date: May 30, 2018 — introduction — From Philip K Dick’s obtuse robots to Mark O’Connell’s guide to transhumanism, novelist Julian Gough picks essential reading for a helter skelter world. the Top [...]
 
Jun
20
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

When we talk about cloud, one of the most important challenges for cloud service providers is changing the old thinking about protecting data. With all of the cyberattacks being launched on companies, there’s no doubt that security is extremely important. It’s even more important if we consider that data breaches can lead to the end […]

The post Cloud infrastructure designed for your business model appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jun
19
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
ConflictJS: finding and understanding conflicts between JavaScript libraries Patra et al., ICSE’18 The JavaScript ecosystem is fertile ground for dependency hell. With so many libraries being made available and the potential for global namespace clashes, it’s easy for libraries to break each other. Sometimes in an obvious to spot way (that’s a good day!), and […]
 
Jun
19
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Building software that utilizes secure connections to a server should be a skill every developer possesses. Even if you choose not to enable SSL in a specific production environment, you should know how to secure connections to every server that you work with. This post is the promised follow up to Enabling Secure Connections to... Read more »

The post Enabling Secure Connections to Redis Enterprise appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Jun
19
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Our Brain-Inspired Computing group at IBM Research-Almaden will be presenting at the 2018 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2018) our most recent paper titled “A Low Power, High Throughput, Fully Event-Based Stereo System.” The paper describes an end-to-end stereo vision system that uses exclusively spiking neural network computation and can run […]
 
Jun
19
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

In helping dozens of organizations build on-premises AI initiatives, we have seen three fundamental stages organizations go through on their journey to enterprise-scale AI. First, individual data scientists experiment on proof of concept projects which may be promising. These PoCs then often hit knowledge, data management and infrastructure performance obstacles that keep them from proceeding […]

The post Taking the AI training wheels off: moving from PoC to production appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jun
19
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Today I am tremendously excited to announce IBM Cognitive Systems’ newest applied artificial intelligence (AI) offering, PowerAI Enterprise. This new platform extends all the capability we have been packing into our distribution of deep learning and machine learning frameworks, PowerAI, by adding tools which span the entire model development workflow. With these capabilities, customers are […]

The post Announcing PowerAI Enterprise: Bringing data science into production appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jun
18
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Debugging with intelligence via probabilistic inference Xu et al., ICSE’18 Xu et al. have built a automated debugger that can take a single failing test execution, and with minimal interaction from a human, pinpoint the root cause of the failure. What I find really exciting about it, is that instead of brute force there’s a […]
 
Jun
18
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Today, an artificial intelligence (AI) system engaged in the first ever live, public debates with humans. At an event held at IBM’s Watson West site in San Francisco, a champion debater and IBM’s AI system, Project Debater, began by preparing arguments for and against the statement: “We should subsidize space exploration.” Both sides then delivered […]
 
Jun
18
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

One of the Kinetica engine’s unique and compelling differentiators is its ability to consume vast amounts of real-time data in parallel from multiple sources. Using our unique multihead ingest technology and the power of NVIDIA GPUs, Kinetica can consume real-time …

 
Jun
18
2018
Posted by ODBMS.org
“Debugging AI systems is harder than debugging traditional ones, but not impossible. Mainly it requires a different mindset, that allows for nondeterminism and a partial understanding of what’s going on. Is the problem in the data, the system, or in how the system is being applied to the data? Debugging an AI is more like […]