Big Data

Google to bring AI for biodiversity research to TensorFlow Hub

Machine learning algorithms abound in biodiversity research, but sometimes without the proper attribution or oversight. In an effort to raise the academic bar, Google says it’ll release an AI workflow for institutions, developed in collaboration with Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), iNaturalist, and Visipedia. Researchers at the tech giant say the workflow will support data …

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Researchers use AI to detect schools of herring from acoustic data

Tracking the health of underwater species is critical to understanding the effects of climate change on marine ecosystems. Unfortunately, it’s a time-consuming process — biologists conduct studies with echosounders that use sonar to determine water and object depth, and they manually interpret the resulting 2D echograms. These interpretations are often prone to error and require …

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Engineering Students to Prepare for Campus Placements

So, you took up engineering dreaming to earn a handsome six-figure salary but you go weak in your knees when you learn the fact that only 20% of engineers graduating from India are employable. By now you must be wondering how to fall into that pleasant 20% spot and how come employability rate for engineers …

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Fionnan Alt, Head of Data Science & Analytics at CurrencyFair

Welcome to episode 40 of AI in Action, the podcast that breaks down the hype and explores the impact that Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are making on our everyday lives. Powered by Alldus International, our goal is to share with you the insights of technologists and data science enthusiasts to showcase the excellent …

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Ubuntu 19.10 arrives with edge capabilities for Kubernetes, integrated AI developer experience

Following 25 weeks of development, Canonical today released Ubuntu 19.10. Highlights include new edge capabilities for Kubernetes, an integrated AI developer experience, and the fastest GNOME desktop performance yet. You can download Ubuntu 19.10 from here. Kubernetes (stylized as k8s) was originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation …

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Open source Delta Lake project moves to the Linux Foundation

Databricks Inc.’s Delta Lake today became the latest open-source software project to fall under the banner of the Linux Foundation. Delta Lake has rapidly gained momentum since it was open-sourced by Databricks in April, and is already being used by “thousands of organizations” including important backers such as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., Booz Allen Hamilton Corp. …

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Battle of the Quants, BIG DATA, October 15th, Asia Society, Hong Kong

When and where is it on? The upcoming Battle of the Quants – BIG DATA will be held on October 15th at the Asia Society Hong Kong with a pre-event cocktail reception in Tai Kwun on October 14th. How many years has it been going? The Battle of the Quants is in its fourteenth year.  We …

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Rep. Tlaib v Detroit PD, round two, was a missed opportunity to bridge facial recognition debate gap

Weeks ago, when a brief Twitter spat between between Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and the Detroit Police Department over the latter’s use of facial recognition software ended with an invitation for Tlaib to come and visit the Real Time Crime Center headquarters, I mentioned in an article that if the Congresswoman took them up on …

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Predict 2019 covered as a leading conference in Data Science

Predict Conference in Dublin’s RDS featured data science areas like AI and how its becoming key in helping plan for smart cities and sustainable services across the globe. As storm Lorenzo raged out in the Atlantic, Dublin was hit with a rain storm of its own thanks to global warming’s latest warning to humanity. After …

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Box debuts new security controls, other enhancements to workflow automation tools

Cloud storage company Box Inc. is using its annual BoxWorks conference as a launchpad for its new Box Shield as well as enhancements in Box Relay, helping users secure their most important data and collaborate more easily on various projects. First up today is Box Shield, which is an add-on service built into Box’s content management suite …

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