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Aug
01
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
As part of the collection of IBM Research papers at ACL 2018, we were delighted to receive the Best Paper Award at the Machine Reading for Question Answering workshop for our paper A Systematic Classification of Knowledge, Reasoning, and Context within the ARC Dataset (by Michael Boratko, Harshit Padigela, Divyendra Mikkilineni, Pritish Yuvraj, Rajarshi Das, […]
 
Aug
01
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

AI is impacting every industry, and “by 2020, 30 percent of organizations that fail to apply AI will not be operationally and economically viable”. The ecosystem of AI, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) frameworks and patterns continues to mature, which drives enterprise adoption through supported software platforms such as IBM PowerAI Enterprise.  As […]

The post IBM all flash storage and data management solutions for AI appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Aug
01
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Trimming IT costs and accelerating business transformation are compelling reasons to consider a public cloud strategy. A cloud model enables dynamic provisioning of compute and storage, consumption-based IT and setting up DevOps processes that bring agility in application development and deployment. Despite these benefits, a public cloud may not always be the right location for […]

The post Deploying private cloud to drive a multi-cloud journey appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Greetings! August is upon us and we’re organizing insightful yet fun events for you.

 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

TLDR: We’ve been developing a graph database that transforms queries into linear algebra problems, and the result is an architecture that can perform many standard operations on millions of elements in sub-second time. Nearly two years after starting development, we reached a major milestone with the release of RedisGraph v1.0 today. RedisGraph is a graph... Read more »

The post On the release of RedisGraph v1.0 Preview appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Today my IBM team and my colleagues at the UCSF Gartner lab reported in Nature Methods an innovative approach to generating datasets from non-experts and using them for training in machine learning. Our approach is designed to enable AI systems to learn just as well from non-experts as they do from expert-generated training data. We […]
 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by E-3 MAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL
 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Why Windows for Redis? It’s an open secret that more developers code on Windows than any other OS. Every year Stack Overflow shares its developer survey, and every year Windows is the most popular OS for development, and Visual Studio is the most popular IDE. Of course, there are many ways to slice the data,... Read more »

The post Running Redis on Windows 8.1 (and previous versions) – Part II of III appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Greek, Roman and Norse mythology gave us a treasure chest of stories to read and enjoy. Their mythology, like many other legends, fables and folklore is fun to learn about. It’s interesting to think about why they were created, how they survived for thousands of years, and what impact they had on their cultures. The […]

The post Dispelling the top myths about IBM Power Systems appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jul
31
2018
Posted by ODBMS.org
“I think the biggest challenge is that in the rail business we have a very large set of old and country specific regulations that date back many decades. These regulations are meant to protect passengers, but some of them are not anymore fitting to the modern capabilities of technology and instead drive cost and slow […]
 
Jul
30
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Every now and then you come across an analyst report that hits the bullseye with a "twaaannngg" that resonates long after the initial reading. Such is "The State of Online Commerce 2018: High Hopes" from Brian Kilcourse and Steve Rowan of Retail Systems Research. Why is this one so good? Well, there’s RSR’s methodology. They ...continue reading Brain Food for Today’s Cross-Channel Retailer. (That’s You Too.)

The post Brain Food for Today’s Cross-Channel Retailer. (That’s You Too.) appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Jul
30
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

One of the hottest topics today in the Redis eco-system is Redis Streams. Redis Streams revolutionizes the way message queues are handled in the same manner everything else is implemented in Redis: distributed, high performance, simple and with low latency. As a result of its popularity amongst our open source community and with an intent... Read more »

The post Tech Preview: Redis Enterprise 5.3 with Streams is here! appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Jul
30
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

3D rendering is everywhere, and I’ve seen a great example of how you can increase designers’ productivity by rendering workloads up to 150-percent faster.1 Why does that matter? Because rendering time is critical when creating virtual-reality (VR) content today. Learn more in this solution brief. A good portion of major motion pictures and even television ...continue reading How Autodesk, Intel, and HP Help You Create More 3D Animation and Modeling Content

The post How Autodesk, Intel, and HP Help You Create More 3D Animation and Modeling Content appeared first on IT Peer Network.