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Feb
04
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“The challenge is that we have to combine lots of different types of data, simultaneously, depending on genetics, epigenetics, different subject matter areas such as lipidomics, metabolomics, the lifestyle and behaviour of the patient and looking at people in different cultures and environments.  The variety of data we need to analyse is a major challenge, which is why […]
 
Feb
03
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE publication: the Sudbury Star story title: Singer + Song-Writer: Kevin Closs explores high cost of immortality author: by Keith Dempsey date: LOGO After 6 years of writing, Sudbury singer + song-writer Kevin Closs recently released a new novel. The novel is titled Omagee— the story centers on character Lia Larkin, who is 72 years [...]
 
Feb
03
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE publication: Gloucester Daily Times story title: Living with artificial super-intelligence deck: author: Anthony J. Marolda date: February 1, 2019 LOGO Many people today are very concerned about climate change and the impact it will have on the planet over the next 80 years. There is, however, another threat to humanity that is much more [...]
 
Feb
03
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE transcript The Sound of Light Symphony in Vienna, Austria produced by Huawei co. is an artful collaboration between people and machine. At this special event, the Huawei artificial intelligence software collaborates with musicians to compose a symphony, based on an interpretation of the Northern Lights — also called the aurora borealis.   The composer [...]
 
Feb
03
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
This post is under construction, thank you.   IMAGE group: the American Museum of Natural History video title: the living break-waters project year: 2017 Rising sea levels are quickening the pace of beach erosion around the world, endangering coastal cities + shoreline habitats. Building oyster reefs can help restore beaches and create new habitats, even as [...]
 
Feb
03
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
TensorFlow.js: machine learning for the web and beyond Smilkov et al., SysML’19 If machine learning and ML models are to pervade all of our applications and systems, then they’d better go to where the applications are rather than the other way round. Increasingly, that means JavaScript – both in the browser and on the server. […]
 
Feb
03
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE hr class = dotted An educational set of cautionary visions.
 
Feb
01
2019
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

I love my job. As a Customer Advocacy Manager, I get to hear first-hand accounts from the people we impact, including challenges they’ve had to overcome, their innovative implementations and the success they’ve achieved with our product. But working in the customer advocacy field can be volatile. To be frank, the success of my position... Read more »

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Jan
31
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
This post is under construction, thank you. IMAGE The featurette series Hello World invites the viewer to come on a journey. It’s a journey that stretches across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future. Each episode explores a different country and uncovers the ways in which the local culture and [...]
 
Jan
31
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Fixed it for you: protocol repair using lineage graphs Oldenburg et al., CIDR’19 This is a cool paper on a number of levels. Firstly, the main result that catches my eye is that it’s possible to build a distributed systems ‘debugger’ that can suggest protocol-level fixes. E.g. say you have a system that sometimes sends […]
 
Jan
31
2019
Posted by IBM Research Blog
When shopping for a watch, you may notice its water resistance rating, which indicates that the watch is warranted to be waterproof to a certain level. What about your neural network? Can one ensure a neural network is “attack proof”, meaning that its functionality is robust against adversarial perturbations? If so, how can this be […]
 
Jan
30
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Time series data is as old as databases themselves – and also the hot new thing. Interest in the topic has more than doubled during this decade. MemSQL handles time series data effectively. MemSQL has robust support for rapid ingest, stellar analytical and transactional performance, easy manageability, SQL support for queries and analytics tools, and low total cost of ownership. Time series data is at the core of the Internet of Things, with frequent sensor readings coming in from all sorts of devices. Once you decide what readings to track for the servers in your data center, for example, you …

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Jan
30
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Time series data is as old as databases themselves – and also the hot new thing. Interest in the topic has more than doubled during this decade. In this blog post, we’ll explain what time series data is, why there’s an increasing focus on it, and how MemSQL handles it. In a companion blog post, we explain the considerations that go into choosing a time series database. Time series data is at the core of the Internet of Things, with frequent sensor readings coming in from all sorts of devices. But what is time series data? We provide a brief …

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