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Azure Synapse Analytics data lake features: up close

Azure Synapse Analytics data lake features: up close

Microsoft has added a slew of new data lake features to Synapse Analytics, based on Apache Spark. It also integrates Azure Data Factory, Power BI and Azure Machine Learning. These features are still in public preview, but that's good enough for us to take a visual tour of what's new.

September 9, 2020 by

Pitfalls to Avoid when Interpreting Machine Learning Models

Pitfalls to Avoid when Interpreting Machine Learning Models

Modern requirements for machine learning models include both high predictive performance and model interpretability. A team of experts in explainable AI highlights pitfalls to avoid when addressing model interpretation, and discusses open issues for further research. Images created by Cristoph Molnar:

August 20, 2020 by



The AAEON BOXER-8120AI equipped with NVIDIA Jetson TX2 can be hooked up to thermal and CCTV cameras and can be used to monitor entrances and other areas with high-volume foot traffic.

May 19, 2020 by

AI-powered hiring for the enterprise

Tonya Hall sits down and talks to Mike Hudy, chief science officer at Modern Hire, about ways that AI-powered hiring kits can work for the enterprise, including the importance of adding transparency and bias mitigation to the systems.

3 days ago by

Humans in space: The ethical and policy risks explained

Tonya Hall sits down with Dr. Robert Zubrin, author, president of Pioneer Astronautics, and co-founder and president of the Mars Society, to talk about how humans can benefit from the space industry while considering various ethical and policy risks that are associated with space.

September 16, 2020 by

Turning space missions into board games

Dr. Dante Lauretta, professor at the University of Arizona, tells Tonya Hall about how real space missions are being turned into STEM board games to help bridge the learning gap created during the COVID-19 pandemic.

September 11, 2020 by