Topic: waymo

SD Times news digest: Windows Calculator now open source, Waymo releases Laser Beam Honeycomb sensor, and Android rewarded products in beta

Microsoft is trying to foster community collaboration and participation by open sourcing the Windows Calculator. The source code, build system, unit tests, and product roadmap will now all be available on GitHub. Developers can get involved by participating in discussions, reporting or fixing issues, suggesting new feature ideas, prototyping new features, or designing and building … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Waymo improves disengagement rate, Google’s app security in 2018, and Microsoft’s AppWindow

Self-driving company Waymo has released a report detailing its disengagements, or how often a human had to take over driving, in California. According to the company, its disengagement rate in California dropped to 0.09 per 1000 miles in 2018, which is a 50 percent reduction and 96 percent increase in the average miles driven between … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Datalore 1.0, MIT’s smarter homes, and Ubuntu 18.10

JetBrains has announced the release of Datalore 1.0, which is an intelligent web application that can be used for data visualization and analysis in Python. Datalore provides data scientists with an intelligent Python code editor, intentions, incremental recalculations, collaborative features, and a version control system. The 1.0 release introduces three major updates: the choice between … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s Android security efforts, Rook joins the CNCF and the SAFe Fellow Program

Google is giving more insight into on the way the company handled Android security in 2017. The company removed 700,000 apps that violated Google Play policies, which was 70 percent more than it removed in 2016. According to the company, it actually detected those violating apps faster than before, too. Additionally, 99 percent of apps … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TensorFlow 1.4, Prometheus 2.0 and Altova’s MobileTogether 4.0

Google has announced the release of TensorFlow 1.4. TensorFlow is an open-source software library for machine intelligence. As part of this release, the machine learning framework Keras is becoming part of the core package. Keras integrates with other core parts of TensorFlow including the Estimator API. The Dataset API has also been added to the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Managed Applications in Azure Marketplace, Google announces Andromeda 2.1, and Security Compass’ SD Elements platform

Microsoft has announced Azure Managed Applications is now available in the Azure Marketplace. Azure Managed Applications allows customers to deploy applications and fully manage them in their customer’s environment. “Whether these solutions are complex applications that are custom-built and maintained by MSPs or packaged applications delivered and serviced by ISVs, you can focus on what … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Anaconda 5.0, Twilio’s new Augmented Reality API, and Waymo moves self-driving cars to Michigan

Anaconda 5.0 has been released. The Anaconda Distribution is a distribution program that enables users to easily install thousands of Python and R data science packages. Some new features include new package and updates to current packages, new compilers on macOS and Linux, and more flexible dependency pinning of NumPy packages. Twilio releases two new … continue reading

SD Times new digest: Waymo launches “Let’s Talk Self-Driving” campaign, Upskill updates Skylight platform, and Nokia halts OZO VR development

Waymo has launched the “Let’s Talk Self-Driving” campaign to educate the public on how the technology behind self-driving cars can address safety challenges on the road. The company will start the campaign using digital, outdoor, and radio advertising in Arizona, as well as updating their website with helpful resources. They are partnering with organizations such … continue reading

IBM expands Bluemix OpenWhisk, Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7, and Sauce Labs’ Real Device Cloud — SD Times news digest: April 27, 2017

IBM is expanding Bluemix OpenWhisk, its open serverless computing platform, so developers can quickly connect data to serverless apps. Expanding OpenWhisk lets developers expose serverless actions as secure and controlled APIs on the cloud, according to IBM. OpenWhisk’s expanded user experience will track and analyze usage data for each serverless action to let developers and … continue reading

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