20 years after acquiring Thinking Machines, AI and ML have remained among Oracle’s best-kept secrets. Oracle has been internally working with ML to enhance its products, but now it is starting to come out of its shell with the type of product portfolio that one would expect from an enterprise technology provider.
The company announced the deal along with its second quarter financial results, which topped estimates.
A new open-source library by Nvidia could be the secret ingredient to advancing analytics and making graph databases faster. The key: parallel processing on Nvidia GPUs.
Silicon Valley startup Cerebras Systems on Monday unveiled the world's largest chip, designed especially for AI. Cerebras CEO and co-founder Andrew Feldman talks with ZDNet about some of the implications for training of deep learning networks.
Honeywell's most recent move adds to its smart buildings software and aims to meld operations and information technologies.
Just as every company is now a technology company because you can't be in business without technology, every company is a data company - but most companies don't know about data or what to do with it.
What is output by a neural network, such as an image classifier, is only a small portion of what the network in a sense "knows" about the data. And the prospect that the network is retaining sensitive user data such as social security numbers could open a new area of concern about AI.
The lab will allow industries to create digital copies of physical objects, systems, or people.
Genome testing will now be carried out to save more than one million animals and plants, including Australia's very own quokka.
Led by Alibaba, China's top 100 internet companies invested 153.87 billion yuan ($21.85 billion) in research and development last year, up 45% year on year and accounting for 10% of their overall revenue.
eHealth NSW said it's part of a 10-year plan to deliver a citizen-centric healthcare system.
Not everyone is ready for the changes cloud will bring. Hybrid provides an interim step.
The reports, available for registered users, feature grid reports for high level overviews, index reports based on proprietary algorithms that analyze crowdsourced reviews and momentum reports to track innovation cadence.
Howzat? A ball that can provide real-time feedback on speed and revolutions could be soon debuting on wickets the world over.
Healthcare represents about 8% of Experian's customer base. Financial services and direct to consumer are the two largest customer bases.
Not every business problem can be solved by using chatbots. Here are some inappropriate uses for the AI tool.
Most of us do not know that we are using chatbots to talk to service agents, so how will we know that AI will be seamlessly interacting in with our future lives?
The endless streams of data generated by applications lends its name to this paradigm, but also brings some hard to deal with requirements to the table: How do you deal with querying semantics and implementation when your data is not finite, what kind of processing can you do on such data, and how do you combine it with data from other sources or feed it to your machine learning pipelines, and do this at production scale?
FC Barcelona is focusing on data analysis to give it an edge on the soccer field and at the bank.
If you want to track sleep and heart health, these apps will get you going.
Click by click, we'll show you how to get Microsoft's Apache Hadoop-based big bata service up and running.
Microsoft's Azure Data Lake is now generally available, but what does it do, and how does it work? Here's a tour around the service's tooling and capabilities, to help you understand it and get productive with it, quickly.
This new exhibition at London's Science Museum looks to help people explore the "invisible revolution of big data" and inspire the data scientists of the future.
Computers are smarter than you think, but will they soon think smarter than you? Plenty of big names in science say so...and that it's only a matter of when.
Whether you're in the C-suite of a Fortune 500 tech company or starting the next unicorn in your garage, these 20 tech thinkers have valuable insights you need to hear.
These meddling apps and sneaky strategies help the boss poach your privacy and can even keep you working around the clock.
The University of New South Wales has launched a DomeLab in the hope to help researchers visualise data sets in the medical and museology field.
As well as acting as the hub for a grid of scientific institutions around the world, CERN's datacenter has to cope with vast amounts of raw data from its particle physics experiments.
Earlier this month, New Horizons joined the US space agency's many dozens of other far-flung unmanned probes that are already gathering a combined 30 terabytes of data daily from the near and far reaches of our solar system.
There's no better way to put Chef Watson to the test than actually putting on an apron, heading down to the kitchen and taste whatever big data actually has to offer.
Data gravity and cloud war victory are intricately tied, and Microsoft's on the offense. In a tie-up with Informatica, Redmond's going after customers of on-premises data warehouse appliances. Read more: https://zd.net/2TtnWgr
A couple of years back, even researchers would wave off using DNA to store data as something too futuristic. Today, you can run PostgreSQL on DNA. Read more: https://zd.net/2KyplhF
ZDNet's Tiernan Ray explains that Indian e-commerce startup Myntra, part of Indian retailer Flipkart, has come up with a machine learning approach that can predict when you have items in your online shopping cart that you’re likely to return, and it is experimenting with deterrents such as offering you discounts if you’ll agree not to return those items. Read more: https://zd.net/2K0Aesi
ZDNet's Tiernan Ray tells TechRepublic's Karen Roby that traditional theoretical math approaches break down in multi-person Texas Hold’em poker. Researchers from Carnegie Mellon and Facebook figured out smart search strategies to get around that problem. Read more: https://zd.net/2Y3DRbb
Workers waste half their time searching for and preparing data instead of gaining insights according to a new report.
Meet Europe's new supercomputer: MareNostrum 5 takes on global rivals for power. Read more: https://zd.net/2ILlpJQ
The analytics software space is being consolidated quickly. Here's what it means for customers and why they should watch how the merger dance plays out. Read more: https://zd.net/2WyJgkS
Tonya Hall talks to Ketan Gangatirkar, vice president of engineering for job seeker products at Indeed.com, about the potential and the need to create one metric to be commonly used amongst everyone.
iRobot launched the Roomba S9 and Braava Jet M6 with plans for a lawnmower on deck. It took a lot of IoT, data science, product design and cloud to make it all happen. Read more: https://zd.net/2K2L8iU
The organisation is taking what it has learned in the motorsport industry from capturing data off fast-moving vehicles and applying it to the automotive, public transport, and health industries as well.
ZDNet's Danny Palmer sits down with TechRepublic's Karen Roby to break down exactly what GDPR is, what it does, and what the future looks like as its one-year anniversary approaches. Read more: https://zd.net/2X08kC1
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