Topic: machine learning

Apache Ignite 2.7 adds new integration with TensorFlow’s deep learning framework

Apache Ignite 2.7 is adding new deep learning and extended languages support with the announcement of its TensorFlow integration and support for Node.js, Python and PHP. Ignite is a distributed database, caching and processing platform for transactional, analytical and streaming workloads. TensorFlow is an open-source software library for deep learning and machine learning tasks. The … continue reading

Harness launches ML-powered health checks and rollbacks

Continuous delivery provider Harness launched the 24×7 Service Guard for its continuous delivery-as-a-service platform today, a machine learning-powered tool for health checking of APM, monitoring and logging tools. According to the company, the tool provides a “safety net” for application services by automating code rollbacks and providing “total operational visibility” into how services run. ”For … continue reading

Guest View: Knowledge graphs — The path to true AI

Knowledge is the foundation of intelligence— whether artificial intelligence or conventional human intellect. The understanding implicit in intelligence, its application towards business problems or personal ones, requires knowledge of these problems (and potential solutions) to effectively overcome them. The knowledge underpinning AI has traditionally come from two distinct methods: statistical reasoning, or machine learning, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s machine learning Fairness module, Orkus Access Governance Platform, and C3 7.8

Several months after announcing its AI Principles, Google has revealed a new Fairness module in its Machine Learning Crash Course. According to the company, the fairness module will demonstrate how existing tools and techniques can be used to make machine learning systems fairer and more inclusive. “The Fairness module was created to provide you with … continue reading

How Axon prioritizes ethical design

While Google is amassing data on everyone, nudging them to do this or that or buy this or that, Axon is trying to make the world a safer place.  Perhaps somewhat ironically, the company builds technology solutions and weapons for law enforcement, self-defense and the military. Axon — formerly known as TASER International — has … continue reading

How to achieve ethical design

Ethical design is at the very early stages when it comes to high-tech innovations.  Other industries including healthcare, financial services, energy and others have had to ponder various ethical issues and over time they became highly regulated because the safety and security of their customers or the public at large are at stake. In the … continue reading

Ethical design: What it is and why developers should care

Safety by design, security by design, privacy by design. As software capabilities continue to evolve, developers need to adapt the way they think and work. Ethical design is the next thing that will be integrated into the pipeline, given the popularity of artificial intelligence (AI). Like safety and security by design, ethical design helps avoid … continue reading

MIT creates an AI machine that will learn language the way kids do

Children learn language by observing the things around them and connecting the dots between what they are seeing and hearing. By learning language like this, they are able to establish a language’s word order, such as where subjects and verbs belong in a sentence. In machine learning, languages are learned by training systems on sentences … continue reading

OutSystems launches new AI initiative to improve the software development process

Low-code provider OutSystems is launching a new program to advance the company’s mission of bringing the power of AI to software development. will build on the company’s previous Project Turing initiative, named for the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, Alan Turing. Project Turing established an AI Center of Excellence in Lisbon, committed … continue reading

OpenAI develops new approach to measure success of complex AI tasks

OpenAI has developed a new approach to improving artificial intelligence (AI) safety. The new technique is called iterated amplification, and it allows developers to measure the ability of a machine learning system to perform complex tasks. Currently, when machine learning systems are trained to perform a task researchers need a training signal that will evaluate … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Infer.NET

Microsoft has announced its machine learning framework Infer.NET is now open source. Infer.NET focuses specifically on running Bayesian inference in graphical models. According to the company, it can also be used for probabilistic programming. “Open sourcing Infer.NET represents the culmination of a long and ambitious journey. Our team at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK embarked … continue reading

Report: Large organizations are finding success in machine learning

Enterprises of all sizes are looking to leverage machine learning, but not everyone is finding immediate success. A newly released report revealed larger organizations are finding more success compared to smaller ones. The report, the State of Enterprise Machine Learning, by Algorithmia surveyed more than 500 data science and machine learning professionals to gauge how … continue reading

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