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

Google previews TensorFlow Lite

Google is giving developers a way to add machine learning models to their mobile and embedded devices. The company announced the developer preview of TensorFlow Lite. The new solution is a lightweight version of TensorFlow, the open-source software library for machine intelligence. “TensorFlow has always run on many platforms, from racks of servers to tiny … continue reading

Microsoft uses machine learning to combat security vulnerabilities

Microsoft is applying machine learning and deep neural networks to its software security approach. The company announced a new research project, neural fuzzing, designed to augment traditional fuzzing techniques, discover vulnerabilities, and learn from past software experiences. The research is based on Microsoft’s Security Risk Detection tool that incorporates artificial intelligence to find and detect … continue reading

Report: New technologies will propel software development in the future

Software development can no longer stand still if it wants to compete in a modern, digital world. Organizations have to be constantly adopting new approaches and developing new technology to keep their customers happy. Over the past couple of years, the software development industry has gone through tremendous changes with agile, DevOps, microservices, and low … continue reading

IBM expands AI research to support an aging population

Late September, IBM and the University of California San Diego announced their partnership with the opening of the Artificial Intelligence for Healthy Living Center on UCSD’s campus, the latest piece of IBM’s Cognitive Horizons Network, a research collective focused on the emerging fields of Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and machine learning. UCSD’s team of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mozilla survey finds mixed thoughts on connected future, Salesforce’s new AI platform, and Qualcomm entertains a buyout

A recent survey conducted by Mozilla about connectivity worldwide found that the popularity of specific connected devices varied by country among other insights. The survey looked at about 190,000 international respondents’ concerns and optimism about security and the connected world. The more tech-savvy the respondents estimated they were, the more optimistic they felt about concerns … continue reading

Analyst View: Will software always need users?

Interactive software needs users to guide it through a process. But many steps have been or can be automated. The promise of machine learning is to automate any remaining un-automated steps. How should a software architect find the limits of automation and the right role for people in a system? In the early days of … continue reading

Linux Foundation introduces new artificial intelligence project, Acumos

The Linux Foundation introduced the Acumos Project today as part of their effort to help democratize the building, sharing and deploying of AI apps as the technology advances. The new project will work to provide a common framework and platform as well as a marketplace for businesses. “An open and connected AI platform will promote … continue reading

Skymind to release community edition of deep learning platform

Skymind is releasing its bundle of deep-learning libraries as a free community edition tomorrow. This move is meant to help bring machine learning capabilities to enterprises using Java. As company CEO Chris Nicholson said, “We’ve created scientific computing tools for the JVM.” Nicholson explained that when you “scratch the surface of deep learning, underneath is … continue reading

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