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Mar
16
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Our experts were busy speaking at a couple of events this week: the  NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup, and on the other coast, at the OpenIoT Summit North America in Portland. And next week will be even busier as our experts hit the road once again to connect with customers, Apache Ignite users and in-memory computing enthusiasts. 

 
Mar
16
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Many health and life sciences organizations are planning to prototype and pilot blockchain in 2018. As they approach a point of readiness to test and pilot blockchain, where to deploy blockchain nodes becomes a key decision. One option is an on-premises deployment where blockchain nodes run in the DMZ’s of each of the various healthcare ...continue reading Healthcare Blockchain in the Cloud

The post Healthcare Blockchain in the Cloud appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Mar
16
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
  Building a successful team isn’t just about finding experts, it is about building a team made up of people who fill different but compatible roles. Team members bring with them their diverse experience, knowledge and social connections which benefit from the team, but also people have to have a certain level of overlapping knowledge […]
 
Mar
15
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
When coding style survives compilation: de-anonymizing programmers from executable binaries Caliskan et al., NDSS’18 As a programmer you have a unique style, and stylometry techniques can be used to fingerprint your style and determine with high probability whether or not a piece of code was written by you. That makes a degree of intuitive sense […]
 
Mar
15
2018
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
image | above art title: Speak in Code collection: Impressions artist: Jillian Mayer Watch the short film Post Modem. intro | The short art film Post Modem by award winning film-maker + artist Jillian Mayer — featured at leading venues including the South by Southwest conference & film festival — explores singularity themes and today’s [...]
 
Mar
15
2018
Posted by SQL Server Blog
This post is authored by Frederico Pravatta Rezende, Senior Product Marketing Manager, CADD & AI. Is your organization prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? If your company does business in Europe, you’ll need to be aware of this new privacy law, which is set to bolster data protections for individuals living within the... Read more
 
Mar
15
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

The Spark connector is typically leveraged to ingest data into Kinetica and perform various transformations in pipeline.  A Spark DataFrame is the core type while performing ingestion. Often after a Kinetica table has been created, new fields need to be …

 
Mar
15
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
For more than 10 years, I have focused my research on creating accessible technology for people with disabilities. This led to my current research in designing solutions for the aging population whose cognitive and functional ability change over time. Over the weekend I had the opportunity to participate in the USPTO’s press event at SXSW, […]
 
Mar
15
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Cancer continues to be a deadly threat to more than 14 million people who are diagnosed each year around the world. At the same time, five-year survival rates have been steadily improving over the last three decades to nearly 70 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. However, current cancer treatment regimens, such as traditional […]
 
Mar
14
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Exposing congestion attack on emerging connected vehicle based signal traffic signal control Chen et al., NDSS’18 I selected this paper as a great case study on the need to consider adversarial scenarios when deploying IoT and smart city systems. It was also an eye opener to me just how quickly the U.S. Department of Transport […]
 
Mar
14
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

As a frequent attendee and speaker at developer conferences, meetups and other high-tech events, I'm always bombarded with the questions about the distinctions between Apache® Ignite™ and Apache® Cassandra™. It's not surprising to get them because both databases have many things in common such as horizontal scalability, high availability and durability. My previous four articles in this series outlined the main differences from architectural and development standpoints:   

 
Mar
14
2018
Posted by SAP HANA Blog

During a conversation with some colleagues I said, I had told my son I was a storyteller when he asked what I did. One of my colleagues said oh really,...

The post How to Explain SAP Data Hub to a Six-Year-Old appeared first on SAP HANA.

 
Mar
13
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Game of missuggestions: semantic analysis of search autocomplete manipulations  Wang et al., NDSS’18 Maybe I’ve been pretty naive here, but I really had no idea about the extent of manipulation (blackhat SEO) of autocomplete suggestions for search until I read this paper. But when you think about it, it makes sense that people would be […]
 
Mar
13
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog
Last week at the Strata Data Conference in San Jose, I had the privilege of demonstrating MemSQL processing over a […]
 
Mar
13
2018
Posted by Insights into In-Memory Computing and Real-time Analytics

Today we can’t help but notice a rapid growth in adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations across industries such as financial services, healthcare, transportation, telco  and retail. As AI leads the next big wave in computing, many organizations are focused

The post Highlights from our NYC Insight-Driven Organization Event appeared first on The GigaSpaces Technologies Blog.