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Educational Technology 02/16/2019 19:35
Gerald Fenech, Forbes After years of research at MIT, Endor claims to have invented the “Google for predictive analytics*”, providing automated AI predictions for companies. Endor can process Encrypted Data, without ever decrypting it, on and off blockchain and it enables business users to ask predictive questions and get automated accurate predictions. No data science […]
insideHPC 02/16/2019 11:46
DK Panda from Ohio State University gave this talk at the 2019 Stanford HPC Conference. "This talk will provide an overview of challenges in designing convergent HPC and BigData software stacks on modern HPC clusters. An overview of RDMA-based designs for Hadoop (HDFS, MapReduce, RPC and HBase), Spark, Memcached, Swift, and Kafka using native RDMA support for InfiniBand and RoCE will be presented. Enhanced designs for these components to exploit HPC scheduler (SLURM), parallel file systems (Lustre) and NVM-based in-memory technology will also be presented. Benefits of these designs on various cluster configurations using the publicly available RDMA-enabled packages from the OSU HiBD project will be shown.". The post Designing Convergent HPC
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Datanami 02/15/2019 16:44
I have seen first-hand how Infoworks’ automation has enabled large enterprises to achieve analytics agility without hiring armies of big data specialists.
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SmartData Collective 02/15/2019 15:28
Using big data in treatment decisions and even clinical trials Big data is already being put to active and positive use in treatments and clinical trials.
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Forbes 02/15/2019 11:36
Big Data, AI, and IoT are three of the most widely misappropriated terms of recent times, and many do not know how these technologies are linked, or how they have paved the way for the technological progress we expect. This article explains how these technologies make up one interoperable system.
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insideBIGDATA 02/15/2019 11:30
In this contributed article, Magnolia Potter discusses how using big data to create an action plan for corporate social responsibility yields positive results for more than just the intended social and environmental causes. It also demonstrates a modern company’s active commitment to its clientele’s values, creating a relatable element — particularly in a B2C relationship — that can directly lead to growth within its customer base.
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PharmTech.com 02/15/2019 11:30
On Feb. 15, 2019, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced the publication of a summary report prepared by the Heads of Medicines Agencies (HMA) EMA Joint Big Data taskforce. The taskforce considered six subgroups of data sources (genomics, bioanalytical omics, clinical trial.
blogs.worldbank.org 02/15/2019 06:26
On Let’s Talk Development, Penny Goldberg provides her recent presentation on how Big Data is delivering wins for development.
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ITProPortal 02/15/2019 04:00
Here at Unravel, we recently conducted a piece of research into organisations’ opinions and expectations of their big data stacks, and it was revealed that only 17 per cent of respondents rated the performance of their big data stack as ‘optimal’, meeting almost all KPIs and targets.
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CUInsight 02/15/2019 02:00
While credit unions understand the importance of big data, many don’t know how to take advantage of the opportunities it offers, says Kirk Kordeleski, chief strategy officer at Best Innovation Group (BIG) and former CEO of Bethpage (N.Y.) Federal Credit Union.
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Axios 02/14/2019 09:48
The Alliance of American Football made its debut this past weekend and produced some very solid ratings . But we're not here to talk about ratings — we're here to talk about the business model. Why it matters: The AAF is not a football league; it's a tech company. Does it sound a little corny to say that? Yes, but I promise I'm not just reading from some Fyre Festival-esque pitch deck — it's the truth. With sports betting now legal and expanding in the U.S., the AAF has embraced its opportune launch time, investing heavily in technology that it hopes to eventually license out to other leagues and businesses (casinos, media companies). Thanks to chips implanted in the ball and players' shoulder pads, fans have access to real-time visualizati.
China News Service (China) 02/14/2019 03:28
To maximize the use of big data, the country should make efforts to establish all-in-one big data platforms and effective mechanisms for data management, Wei added.
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