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Feb
21
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
CORALS: who are my potential new customers? Tapping into the wisdom of customers’ decisions Li et al., WSDM’19 The authors of this paper won round 9 of the Yelp dataset challenge for their work. The goal is to find new target customers for local businesses by mining location-based checkins of users, user preferences, and online […]
 
Feb
21
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The ever growing demand for high speed mobile data is increasing the total bandwidth requirements at the cell tower, and also putting pressure on the high-speed fiber optic connections from the cell tower site to the central office, also known as the fronthaul portion of today’s wireless communications networks. With the roll out of 5G ...continue reading Lighting up the Network Edge for 5G Data Throughput

The post Lighting up the Network Edge for 5G Data Throughput appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Feb
19
2019
Posted by The Xoriant blog

Prediction is booming. Nowadays, the prediction is done by machines using artificial intelligence and machine learning. Classified under the broad area of business analytics, predictive analytics has the power of answering the question as to what is likely to happen....

The post Predictive Analytics – PART 1 appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Feb
19
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Protecting user privacy: an approach for untraceable web browsing history and unambiguous user profiles Beigi et al., WSDM’19 Maybe you’re reading this post online at The Morning Paper, and you came here by clicking a link in your Twitter feed because you follow my paper write-up announcements there. It might even be that you fairly […]
 
Feb
19
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Introduction

In the first article in this series, we installed Node.js, the Node.js Thin Client package for Ignite and tested an example application. In this article, let's look at a particular scenario where Ignite can really help when working with existing data from another source, such as a Relational Database System.

 
Feb
19
2019
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

By now, almost everyone has heard about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect in the EU on May 25, 2018. As a result of GDPR, not only were EU organizations affected, but so were many international companies who have dealings with EU data subjects. Violation of these rules could potentially result in […]

The post What does GDPR mean for blockchain technologies? appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Feb
18
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

In the previous post we have seen how LockSupport.parkNanos() is implemented on Linux, what behavior to expect and how we can tune it. The post was well-received and a few people asked how parkNanos() behaves on Windows. I’ve used Linux…

The post LockSupport.parkNanos() Under the Hood and the Curious Case of Parking, Part II: Windows appeared first on Hazelcast Blog.

 
Feb
18
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Join one of GridGain's seasoned Customer Success gurus this Wednesday at 11 a.m. Pacific for a free one-hour webinar, Troubleshooting Apache® Ignite™. This live event is for you regardless of whether you are just getting started with Apache® Ignite™ or are a seasoned user.

 
Feb
18
2019
Posted by The VoltDB In-Memory Database Blog

Recently, Chief Technologist, Dheeraj Remalla, spoke with Don Witt, of Telecom Reseller, about the future of 5G on Witt’s telecom podcast. Listen to the conversation to hear Remalla’s thoughts on:  How fast does a database need to be to operate 5G? Why utilizing traditional disk...

The post Podcast: Fraud, Intrusion Detection and the Need for a Faster Database to Keep Up with 5G appeared first on VoltDB.

 
Feb
18
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“Perhaps less obvious is how role definitions in an organization change as scale increases. Once rare tasks that were just a small part of one team’s responsibilities become so common that they are a full-time job for someone. At that point, one either needs to create automation for the task, or a new team needs […]
 
Feb
17
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
The why and how of nonnegative matrix factorization Gillis, arXiv 2014 from: ‘Regularization, Optimization, Kernels, and Support Vector Machines.’ Last week we looked at the paper ‘Beyond news content,’ which made heavy use of nonnegative matrix factorisation. Today we’ll be looking at that technique in a little more detail. As the name suggests, ‘The Why […]
 
Feb
14
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
A survey on dynamic and stochastic vehicle routing problems Ritzinger et al., International Journal of Production Research It’s been a while since we last looked at an overview of dynamic vehicle routing problems: that was back in 2014 (See ‘Dynamic vehicle routing, pickup, and delivery problems’). That paper has fond memories for me, I looked […]
 
Feb
14
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

diwo® is a new, AI-powered platform that promises to help business users answer real-life challenges, acting as their “cognitive decision-making superpower.” diwo – which stands for “data in, wisdom out” – uses MemSQL to power a significant part of its functionality. diwo was developed to reveal hidden business opportunities and empower users to act on them in a timely manner. The software can run in an AI-powered conversational mode, rather than through a programming or scripting language (though many layers of sophisticated coding underline the system). diwo’s conversational persona, ASK, is powered by a series of distributed microservices, and uses …

The post Case Study: MemSQL Powering AI Breakthroughs at diwo appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
14
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As the global strategist for Intel’s Health and Life Sciences group, staying current with the latest trends in science and technology is expected. For me, though, it’s more than that. It’s the difference between life and death. I have no choice; I have advanced cancer and I have to fight this differently—with data. Why data? ...continue reading Ways AI Is Solving Healthcare’s Big Problems Right Now

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