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Much like Google's Inbox or Dropbox’s Mailbox, Verse is IBM’s play at reinventing the e-mail inbox.
Researchers have combined image and natural language processing so computer vision can see a picture and then write a caption for it. Here's a stab at how this artificial intelligence advance could be applied to business.
Using GoGrid's 1-Button Deploy orchestration process, Cloudera users can begin a trial using the company's Cloudera Live CDH distribution in a matter of hours.
Victoria's RMIT University is opening its AU$1.5 million data analytics lab this week in partnership with NICTA, in an initiative expected to help Australian businesses compete on a global scale.
HP says the new offering combines its support and service strengths with SQL-based querying to deliver extreme performance at scale.
Two leaders of Booz Allen's data science team talk talent, building a data science team and the machine-human link in analytics.
It makes sense for Facebook to tap into other markets -- but the enterprise isn't one of them.
Big Blue says the engine will eventually enable businesses to aggregate international requirements for data transfers and flag any cross-border privacy issues.
In five years, analytics cluster framework Spark has moved from a research lab to the datacentre and production workloads. Databricks CEO Ion Stoica charts its rise.
Which workers are really most at risk of being replaced with machines? Well, it looks like the boss is safe, at least for now...
A new MySQL foreign data wrapper for Postgres is designed to help firms combine and query data from their databases.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill's declaration for the state to be 'digital by default' has met with a thumbs-up from the nation's IT and telecommunications industry body the AIIA.
CA Technologies has advised that in order for enterprises to deal with the move to the application economy, they need to prepare for the unwired enterprise, ambient data, and API-assembled applications.
To keep the momentum moving, SAP also plans to staff up with 500 developers dedicated to various Internet of Things projects across multiple industries.
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