Findings from our recent survey show that there's room for improvement.
The company's search engine is designed for researchers, but casual users are advised to give it a go.
AI 'takes over the heavy lifting traditionally done by humans. It delivers deep analysis down to the SKU level, not practical with a manual approach.'
With support of the GraphQL lightweight query language entering preview, MongoDB is taking the next step toward a broader evolution of its serverless application cloud platform with a nod to mobile and web apps.
The personal finance company is hoping a new ML-based service will shift the perception of Credit Karma beyond that of just a credit score app.
Scientists at Germany's Technische Universität Darmstadt have developed a procedure for a human domain expert to look at the inner workings of an AI model as it is trained to solve a simple problem, and to correct where the machine goes wrong. Can it work for more complex problems?
The independent BI player, known for its focus on search-driven analytics, adds a cast of executive characters from around the analytics and tech worlds. ZDNet spoke with three of them, along with ThoughtSpot's co-founder, on where they find themselves and where they want ThoughtSpot to head.
Google’s latest refinement to the popular “Transformer” language model promises to make state of the art available to those with a smaller computer budget. But the advances could just as well be used with those commanding vast compute resources to squeeze even more performance out of the biggest machines.
Country's government agencies must resolve repeated lapses and plug weaknesses in IT controls, especially given the speed at which new IT systems are implemented, says government committee responsible for assessing how public funds are used.
Precisely mapping the doings of our digital selves is the only way to understand online behavior.
You don't have to be a fortune teller to identify AI as the key trend for the 2020s. But there is nuance regarding AI hardware and software that deserves to be highlighted.
Luminaries of AI such as Yoshua Bengio gathered in Vancouver last month to champion ways machine learning can mitigate global warming. Despite energy, enthusiasm, and brilliant ideas, the work may still need lots of regulation to make sure greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
It's official - data analytics is swiftly moving to the cloud. AtScale is facilitating this, and CEO Chris Lynch shares his insights the hows and whys, in light of the unveiling of AtScale's Adaptive Analytics 2020.1
What do the data tell us on the direction modern software development is going? Cloud, open source, machine learning -- it's all here, but blind spots remain.
New MariaDB Platform X4 release supports hybrid operational/analytical "smart transactions," standardizes on cloud object storage to do it.
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.
Tiernan Rays tells Karen Roby that some of the brightest minds in AI last month gathered in Vancouver to propose technology to fight global warming. Despite the brilliance of the inventions, other factors such as policy will be necessary to reduce carbon emissions swiftly. Read more: https://zd.net/373YMLj
The biggest crowds at CES 2020 were at the Neon booth to check out the new project from Star Labs. The humanoid AI bot is meant to serve as a companion if you need a friend. Read more: https://zd.net/2FtsBZI
It will also develop a data hub to store all of the collected information in real time.
Dr. Kevin Petty, director of science and forecast operations in public/private partnerships at The Weather Company, explains to Tonya Hall the benefit of using IBM's Watson, Blue Thunder, and GPU-based processing platforms to integrate big data into weather predictions.
Tiernan Ray explains how DeepMind, a unit of Google that develops ambitious AI projects, found a way to stimulate the kind of long-term planning of risk and reward that humans do by turning memory into a game of actions and future payoffs. Read more: https://zd.net/2YEyR9W
Commuters will be provided an approximate number of parking spaces available to help them better plan their trips.
The Australian airline carrier is now able to manage flight disruptions in minutes -- not hours.
Woodside plans to use the technologies to develop an 'intelligent plant' and reduce its plant maintenance costs by 30%.
The Australian government also wants industry input on the design of this data hub.
With the help of Harrison-AI, the IVF clinic is preparing to commence trials to validate the use of AI for IVF treatments.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society will investigate responsible, ethical, and inclusive autonomous decision-making technologies.
For many years, it's been hard to commercialize "MRAM" memory chips because of their unpredictability. But a startup, Spin Memory, is betting that the randomness operating in MRAM might make it an ideal chip for machine learning.
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ZDNet's Tiernan Ray explains that a special mind of data memory called MRAM, for magnetic random access memory, has taken years to commercialize. Startup spin memory thinks the key to making it work is to take advantage of the inherent randomness in MRAM. Viewed from that perspective, the chip could actually accelerate AI applications, giving it special appeal. Read more: https://zd.net/2Vmar3i
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