Topic: ai

Microsoft Build: Project Cortex, Microsoft Project Reunion and Windows Package Manager preview

The virtual Microsoft Build conference continues to focus on bringing developers new and improved tools and services that provide impact and value. The new tools and services announced throughout the conference include the ability to deploy AI capabilities in any environment with no prior coding experience, and improved connected productivity experiences.  Highlights include: New developer … continue reading

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX developer kit now available with cloud-native support

In an effort to help developers build, deploy and manage AI at the edge, NVIDIA has announced its Jetson Xavier NX developer kit with cloud-native support.  Compared to its predecessor Jetson TX2, NVIDIA explained Jetson Xavier NX delivers more than 10x higher performance and with cloud-native support can handle high AI and compute needs.  RELATED … continue reading

NVIDIA releases GPU-accelerated app framework for conversational AI services

NVIDIA announced a new solution to help organizations create artificially intelligent conversational services at its online GPU Technology Conference (GTC) this week. NVIDIA Jarvis is a GPU-accelerated app framework that leverages video and speech data to build customized, language-based AI services.  “Conversational AI is central to the future of many industries, as applications gain the … continue reading

Kite expands AI-driven code completion to JavaScript

AI coding assistant Kite has announced the release of an AI-driven code completion feature for JavaScript. Its goal in creating this feature is to reduce the need for developers to write repetitive boilerplate code. Previously the company only offered this capability for Python code.  This new JavaScript code completion ability is based on a deep … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Redis Enterprise 6.0, Facebook open sources Blender chatbot, and Rust/WinRT Public Preview

Redis Labs has announced the release of Redis 6.0 and Redis Enterprise 6.0 with new security capabilities. Redis 6.0 now includes access control lists (ACLs), while Redis Enterprise 6.0 builds on the open-source release with role-based access control (RBAC) and support for Redis Streams for Active-Active databases. “Developers increasingly need to build geographically distributed event-based … continue reading

Tecton.ai emerges from stealth to solve machine learning pipeline challenges

A new machine learning startup has been launched by the creators of Uber’s Michelangelo machine learning platform. Tecton.ai is a data platform for machine learning that lets data scientists transform raw data into production-ready features. The company is founded by CEO Mike Del Balso, CTO Kevin Stumf, and VP of Engineering Jeremy Hermann. The three … continue reading

AWS Augmented Artificial Intelligence adds human review to machine learning predictions

Amazon’s Augmented Artificial Intelligence (A21) platform is now generally available. It is a fully managed service designed to make it easy for developers to add human review to machine learning predictions so that they can review low confidence predictions made by AI.  According to Amazon, the solution can be used to help the machine extract … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft .NET 5.0 Preview 3, Codota raises $12 million, and Log4j 2.13.2

Microsoft’s .NET 5.0 Preview 3 contains new features and performance improvements. This includes code quality improvements in RyuJIT, System.Text.Json improvements such as added support for preserve references on JSON dotnet/runtime #655, and .NET SDK Support for .NET Framework Assemblies. Microsoft said it is still working on the bigger features that will define the 5.0 release. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: WebView DevTools, Intel and Udacity’s developer training for AI at the edge, and DataStax previews build of Kong with Astra support

Google has announced WebView DevTools, a set of on-device debugging tools to diagnose WebView-caused crashes and misbehaving web platform features now available through WebView Beta. “No software is bug-free and loading web content can be challenging, so it’s no surprise WebView crashes are a pain point for apps,” Nate Fischer, software engineer for WebView team … continue reading

premium iPaaS adoption growing to handle integrations in cloud architectures

Integration used to be a lengthy, complicated process, a process that simply would not keep up with companies that are within some stage of their digital transformation. This demand for speed and interconnectivity prompted the growth of full life cycle iPaaS solutions — otherwise known as integration platform as a service — that would provide … continue reading

White House announces call to action for the tech community to contribute to COVID-19 dataset

The White House is issuing a call to action for AI experts to develop new text and data mining techniques to analyze the newly released COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19). The dataset is the most extensive machine-readable Coronavirus literature collection available was created with input from researchers and leaders from the Allen Institute for AI, … continue reading

premium Supercomputers are fighting climate change

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced that it is ramping up its computing power with two new Cray supercomputers in Virginia and Arizona, each with 12 petaflops of capacity, bringing NOAA’s total power up to 40 petaflops.  These computers will unlock new possibilities for better forecast model guidance through higher-resolution and more comprehensive … continue reading

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