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May
29
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

AI and cloud technologies are having a disruptive impact on IT, affecting everything from compute and storage requirements to developer tools. As a result, the hardware you procure today should not only meet your expectations, but it also should prepare you for what comes next. With that consideration in mind, an assessment of your IT […]

The post 6 ways to enhance your IT infrastructure appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
May
29
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Recently, I wrote about the state of our climate and outlined our understanding of the science.  Now, let’s talk about the economic impact of these changes, some of which the U.S. Government Accountability Office has summarized in this map reflecting the end of the century. Urban areas We can explore some of these implications.  In […]
 
May
28
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Measuring the tendency of CNNs to learn surface statistical regularities Jo et al., arXiv’17 With thanks to Cris Conde for bringing this paper to my attention. We’ve looked at quite a few adversarial attacks on deep learning systems in previous editions of The Morning Paper. I find them fascinating for what they reveal about the […]
 
May
28
2018
Posted by SAP HANA Blog

Why do Data Warehouse release cycles often exceed several months, and what can you do about it?   The time to market, the time it takes from requirements to end up...

The post Automated Deployment & Testing with SAP HANA SQL Data Warehousing appeared first on SAP HANA.

 
May
27
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Large-scale analysis of style injection by relative path overwrite Arshad et al., WWW’18 (If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following the link above directly from The Morning Paper blog site, or from the WWW 2018 proceedings page). We’ve all been fairly well trained to have good […]
 
May
25
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
One could describe a pirate as a sailor with a missing eye, or a tripod could be thought of as a table with a missing leg. Descriptions like these, based on what is missing, are called contrastive explanations. Such explanations are a requirement for doctors when evaluating patients. Just saying that the heart beat was […]
 
May
25
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

As everyone makes their Memorial Day weekend plans here in the United States, I’m already looking ahead to next Wednesday’s

 
May
24
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Unsupervised anomaly detection via variational auto-encoder for seasonal KPIs in web applications Xu et al., WWW’18 (If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following the link above directly from The Morning Paper blog site, or from the WWW 2018 proceedings page). Today’s paper examines the problem of […]
 
May
24
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

To recap, the U.S. CLOUD Act opens up U.S. warrants to data stored anywhere in the world (in past years, it was common to use cloud “endpoints” in specific countries not just for data locality but also for regulatory protection.)

 
May
24
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

The GridGain in-memory computing platform has always been famous for its ability to be deployed and managed in heterogeneous environments. It doesn’t matter if you’d like GridGain to work on-premise or to operate in the cloud; to scale out across commodity servers or scale up within powerful mainframes. And if need to get GridGain provisioned by Kubernetes or Docker Swarm  -- you get that, too.

 
May
24
2018
Posted by The Ripple Effect

Failures

Computers fail. We wish it weren’t so, but it is. Personal computers fail more often than we would like. Maybe it’s because of a hardware failure (e.g. “I dropped my laptop”, or “the dog chewed on my iPhone”) or a component failure, like a memory or battery failure.