Topic: gdpr

SD Times news digest: ML.NET 0.9, GDPR.eu, and Improbable’s response to Unity

Microsoft has announced ML.NET 0.9, the latest version of the open-source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET. ML.NET enables developers to leverages existing tools to build custom AI into their applications by creating machine learning models. Models can be created targeting common tasks including classification, regression, clustering, ranking, recommendations, and anomaly detection. ProtonMail launches new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Xamarin support for Android 9.0, Google’s tips for developing Actions, and Siemens’ low code acquisition

Xamarin has announced support for Android 9.0 in the latest preview release of Xamarin.Android for Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio for Mac. The download is available today in the Visual Studio Preview channel and Visual Studio for Mac Beta channel. New features introduced in Android P include display cutout, notification enhancements, indoor positioning, and … continue reading

How to prepare for the California Consumer Privacy Act

Shortly after the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in March, another regulation regarding data privacy has popped up here in the United States: The California Consumer Privacy Act is slated to go into effect starting January 1, 2020. According to the regulation’s website, these are the rights it will provide to … continue reading

IBM Cloud Private for Data now available

IBM’s data science and machine learning platform is now generally available. IBM Cloud Private for Data is an integrated data science, data engineering and app building platform. The release comes just days after the EU’s General Protection Data Regulation went into effect. “Platforms drive commerce. Whether in technology or other industries, the creation, acceptance and … continue reading

The GDPR will place a higher cost on data, potentially increasing the cost of AI innovation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is going into effect today and that means users will have more control over their data. The regulation states that users in the European Union can request that companies delete any data that company has on them. Because data is at the core of AI and machine learning, the … continue reading

Jitterbit Harmony Summer ‘18 release updated for GDPR and SAP S/4HANA requirements

Enterprise integration platform-as-a-service solution provider Jitterbit announced the newest version of its Jitterbit Harmony iPaaS utility with the Summer ‘18 update today, focused on interconnecting the multitude of modern cloud services. Jitterbit Harmony aims to lower the barrier of entry for users looking to interconnect and manage APIs with a click-based, low-code environment. This latest … continue reading

What does it take to build a secure app by design?

We are entering a new stage of app development. While, until now, requirements for architecture were left to the discretion of companies, developers and their target audiences, recent legal changes in the European Union and the United States have brought a new player to the table: regulations. Most notably, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Scala 3.0 plans, Amazon Skill Blueprints, and Oculus updates privacy for GDPR

The Scala programming language team has announced plans for its 3.0 release. Currently the team is working on Scala 2.13, which is expected to be released in a couple of months, but says it is time to look towards future releases. Scala 3.0 is expected to be released shortly after version 2.14, which at the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Hyperledger bug bounty program, Google Play Protect’s Safe Browsing, and Blazor 0.2

The open-source collaborative effort dedicated to advancing blockchain technology has announced that a new bug bounty program is now open. The program is based off of a private bug bounty the organization has been running for the last six months with HackerOne. HackerOne will continue to lead the public bounty. Currently, the bounty will solely … continue reading

Developers are using CI more than CD, report finds

Continuous integration is becoming more popular than continuous delivery in large-scale organizations. A recent report by DigitalOcean found 45 percent of respondents reported using CD compared to 58 percent who reported using CI. Forty-three percent of respondents who reported they were not using a CI or CD process stated they planned to use CI/CD, while … continue reading

Erwin develops a new tool to determine data governance readiness

Erwin has announced erwin DG RediChek, a new tool designed to help organizations understand what their data governance readiness is. The tool features a questionnaire that includes the area most critical to data governance readiness.   DG RediChek is being released in light of the company’s State of Data Governance Report, which found that only … continue reading

Fat Data: Get the skinny on GDPR and test data management

Have you ever stopped to think about how much personal data is floating around the world or in your company’s databases? You may have decades’ worth of salaries, addresses, job applications, social security numbers, credit card numbers and on and on. If you factor in social media groups where we’ve willingly handed over our personal … continue reading

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