Unstructured content: An untapped fuel source for AI and machine learning

Would you choose where to go on vacation if you could only access 10 to 20 percent of the reviews and information on a travel website? If you do, you will probably have an unforgettable trip, but for reasons you might not like. Yet government organizations and businesses – from manufacturing to insurance companies, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Verizon acquires threat detection company, npm’s operations incident, and Element Analytics’ funding

Verizon has acquired Niddel, a company that provides machine-learning-based threat detection. Niddel’s technology will be integrated into Verizon’s existing offerings. The terms of the transaction have not been announced as of this post. “Using machine learning to improve information accuracy significantly reduces false positives and significantly improves our detection and response capabilities,” said Alexander Schlager, … continue reading

LinkedIn: Machine learning jobs are on the rise

Machine learning engineers, data scientists, and Big Data engineers are among the top emerging jobs in technology. This is based off of a recently released report from LinkedIn. As technology changes and expands, employment trends change with it. As a result, the skills that are important to have to be successful in the workforce are … continue reading

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2017: Going all in with AI

Last year, we stated 2016 was the year of artificial intelligence as tools and solutions became smarter and more advanced. This past year, artificial intelligence went from a sought-after technology to a reality for most organizations. Today, we have devices that can react, respond and recommend on their own. Developer solutions have also evolved to … continue reading

Kubernetes releases machine learning toolkit KubeFlow

The Kubernetes project has announced the creation of a new project called Kubeflow, aimed at solving some of the challenges of deploying complicated workloads. Kubeflow is designed to make it easier to use machine learning stacks on Kubernetes. Since it relies on Kubernetes to run, it can run anywhere that Kubernetes runs, making it easy … continue reading

DigitalOcean finds majority of developers aren’t using AI or CD

Despite the benefits artificial intelligence brings to the lifecycle, not a lot of developers are taking advantage of it. A newly released report from DigitalOcean found only 17 percent of respondents worked with artificial intelligence or machine learning in 2017. However, 73 percent of those not using AI, plan to at least learn more about … continue reading

Mozilla open sources speech recognition model DeepSpeech

Mozilla announced a mission to help developers create speech-to-text applications earlier this year by making voice recognition and deep learning algorithms available to everyone. Today, the company’s machine learning group is one step closer to completing that mission with the initial open source release of its speech recognition model and voice dataset. “There are only … continue reading

Amazon announces new offline, machine learning, IoT, container and cloud solutions at AWS re:Invent 2017

This year’s Amazon Web Service re:Invent event saw a series of major announcements from the cloud-focused branch of the company. From partnerships to platforms, here are some of the biggest announcements and launches out of Las Vegas this week. Amazon announces AWS AppSync Amazon Web Services announced the launch of the AWS AppSync service, designed … continue reading

GitHub releases security alerts

GitHub has announced security alerts for developers are now available. The company first announced security alerts at the GitHub Universe conference last month. The new solution is designed to detect vulnerable dependencies, alert affected repositories, and suggest known fixes. The security alerts are a part of the company’s recently announced dependency graph, which enables developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Algorithmia’s enterprise AI layer, TIBCO acquires Alpine Data and Split’s feature experimentation platform

Algorithmia has announced the release of the Algorithmia AI Layer, a solution meant to automate and speed up the process of deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning models. Algorithmia AI Layer is available in as a serverless or enterprise solution. The Serverless AI Layer allows a user to add AI/ML models and use Algorithmia’s API … continue reading

Google announces Dialogflow Enterprise Edition for building conversational interfaces

Google has announced a new solution for building voice and text conversational apps for the enterprise. Dialogflow Enterprise Edition is an end-to-end development suite designed to provide natural and rich interactions between users and businesses. Dialogflow was previously known as Google’s API.AI. The beta release of the enterprise edition provides all the benefits of Dialogflow … continue reading

Microsoft announces Azure Databricks, Visual Studio App Center and Azure DevOps projects at Microsoft Connect

Microsoft is unleashing new tools to help developers increase productivity and simplify app development. The company announced Azure DataBricks, the Visual Studio App Center, Visual Studio Live Share, Azure DevOps projects, Azure IoT Edge and Visual Studio Tools for AI at its Microsoft Connect(): 2017 conference. “With today’s intelligent cloud, emerging technologies like AI have … continue reading

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