Topic: machine learning

SD Times news digest: Swift adds more linux distributions, Databricks University Alliance, and MemSQL announces $50 million funding

Swift added a new set of Linux distributions officially supported by the Swift project. Swift.org now offers downloadable toolchain and Docker images for Ubuntu 20.04, CentOS 8, and Amazon Linux 2. Swift CI has moved to use Docker to build and qualify the new Linux distributions. A Dockerfile has been created for each one of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Cloudera announces new ML capabilities, Flutter 1.17 released, and Tableau 2020.2

Cloudera announced an expanded set of machine learning capabilities is now available in the Cloudera Machine Learning (CML). Capabilities include new MLOps features and Cloudera SDX for models.  “Data scientists, machine learning engineers, and operators can collaborate in a single unified solution, drastically reducing time to value and minimizing business risk for production machine learning … continue reading

Google to replace TensorFlow’s runtime with TFRT

Google has announced a new TensorFlow runtime designed to make it easier to build and deploy machine learning models across many different devices.  The company explained that ML ecosystems are vastly different than they were 4 or 5 years ago. Today, innovation in ML has led to more complex models and deployment scenarios that require … 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

PyTorch 1.5 comes with stable C++ frontend API

Following the latest release of the programming language Python, an updated version of the Python package PyTorch is now available. PyTorch is designed to provide Tensor computation and deep neural networks. PyTorch 1.5 features new and updated libraries as well as new API additions and improvements.  A highlight of the release is that the C++ … continue reading

Microsoft pairs machine learning models to fight software bugs

Microsoft has been collecting 13 million work items and bugs since 2001, and used that data to create a machine learning model to fight software bugs. According to the company, the model distinguishes between security and non-security bugs 99% of the time and identify the high-priority bugs 97% of the time.  “At Microsoft, 47,000 developers … continue reading

TensorFlow Lite gets machine learning model maker

Google has announced the TensorFlow Lite Model Maker. TensorFlow Lite is an open-source deep learning framework for on-device inference. The new tool is designed to adapt machine learning models to datasets with transfer learning.  “It wraps the complex machine learning concepts with an intuitive API, so that everyone can get started without any machine learning … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AWS DeepComposer, React Native 0.62, and Nim programming language 1.2

Amazon announced AWS DeepComposer is now generally available. The company first announced the machine learning solution at AWS re:Invent last year. AWS DeepComposer includes in-console training that enables users to train generative models without having to write any machine learning code. In addition, the composer is powered by  Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) and allows users … continue reading

8 top open-source community and data tools

As organizations wake up to the multitude of ways advanced technologies can augment their businesses, developers with relevant skills are becoming ever more valuable. Data is the key to a whole kingdom of opportunity, and when combined with AI and machine learning tools, the bounds of this kingdom are practically limitless.  Even for those without … continue reading

premium Software 3.0: Enterprise AI systems and the brave new economy

Machine learning (ML) and other artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are powerful tools with the potential to transform a wide range of processes for both consumers and companies.  Though many of these technologies are still commercially nascent, a number of startups have emerged that provide ML-based software solutions to enterprises. We believe that these “enterprise AI … continue reading

A role in identity verification

Previous methods of identity verification aren’t as efficient today when there is so much more data in circulation. Augmented intelligence has entered the arena to provide much more accurate solutions for ID verification.  Previous methods just required basic information of where someone lives and the applications would then just check a database. One company called … continue reading

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