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Real-time Analytics News Roundup for Week Ending December 7

Real-time Analytics News Roundup for Week Ending December 7

In the news this week: enhancements to an all-in-one database for AI applications, help for data migration from edge to cloud, and new functionality for advanced analytics on graph databases.

A Bio Internet of Things? Hold That Thought

A Bio Internet of Things? Hold That Thought

Bacteria may serve as the most efficient endpoint machines as they communicate effectively and have built-in engines and sensors.

U.S Citizen Facing 20 Years in Prison for Giving Blockchain Talk in North Korea

U.S Citizen Facing 20 Years in Prison for Giving Blockchain Talk in North Korea

Virgil Griffith is accused of violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act by giving a presentation on blockchain in North Korea.

Data Architecture Elements for Continuous Intelligence

Data Architecture Elements for Continuous Intelligence

By some estimates, collecting, curating, and tagging data accounts for about 80% of the effort in modern AI projects.

Researchers Sound Alarms About IoT Security

Researchers Sound Alarms About IoT Security

The IoT security challenge has a lot to do with the way manufacturers forgo security-by-design as they rush products to market.

Is it Time to Throw the Data out with the Bathwater?

Is it Time to Throw the Data out with the Bathwater?

Having the knowledge, insight, and skill to make intelligent decisions on the kind of data included within ASR models is crucial to their performance and accuracy.

Special Report: Uniting Data Operations (DataOps) with Cloud Migration Initiatives

Special Report: Uniting Data Operations (DataOps) with Cloud Migration Initiatives

DataOps enables modern applications by making the transition to the cloud easier.

Not Sure What Your AI Is Doing? Google Will Explain

Not Sure What Your AI Is Doing? Google Will Explain

Google Explainable AI is a new set of tools and resources to help developers better understand model behavior and detect and resolve bias, drift, and other gaps in their models.

Students Prep for Business World with Virtual Reality

Students Prep for Business World with Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is opening up such a wide range of training opportunities that it’s no wonder schools are getting in on the action.

Data Annotation Feeds the AI Beast

Data Annotation Feeds the AI Beast

The demand for AI-enabled applications that deliver increasingly refined results is driving the need for high-quality annotated data to train AI models.

The Graph Market Is Standardizing and That’s Great News for Users

The Graph Market Is Standardizing and That’s Great News for Users

ISO has agreed to initiate the Graph Query Language (GQL) language project. It’s the first new query language blessed by ISO since they blessed the original SQL standard more than 30 years ago.

AI Redefines the Job Market, Up and Down

AI Redefines the Job Market, Up and Down

A recent report out of Brookings Institution finds, contrary to conventional wisdom, better-paid, better-educated workers face the most potential exposure from AI.

Blockchain for Science: Revolutionary Opportunities and Potential Problems

Blockchain for Science: Revolutionary Opportunities and Potential Problems

Although blockchain technology is still evolving, it can already offer many advantages to the scientific community.

How AI-powered Chatbots Enhance Customer Engagement

How AI-powered Chatbots Enhance Customer Engagement

In the coming years, almost all the leading organizations will use chatbots to improvise their customer service and generate good business results for the organization.

DPA Prioritization in Design Thinking

DPA Prioritization in Design Thinking

The Enterprise-In-Motion needs to encourage and promote design thinking initiatives.

Using the AI Ladder to Prevent the New Digital Divide

Using the AI Ladder to Prevent the New Digital Divide

Businesses that work up the AI ladder will eventually be able to reach the top rung and have pervasive AI throughout their business processes

Scaling Applications Without Abandoning SQL (Webinar)

Scaling Applications Without Abandoning SQL (Webinar)

SQL remains the de facto standard for operational applications to interact with back-end databases.

Real-Time Payment Processing and Fraud Detection for the Mobile Age (Special Report)

Real-Time Payment Processing and Fraud Detection for the Mobile Age (Special Report)

Not long ago, nearly all payments originated from a relatively small number of point-of-sale terminals.

HiveIO Top 5 IT Predictions For 2020

HiveIO Top 5 IT Predictions For 2020

Five predictions for cloud computing and artificial intelligence in 2020.

IoT Steps Up for Water Quality and Air Pollution

IoT Steps Up for Water Quality and Air Pollution

Researchers in Morocco and India are looking at ways to use the internet of things to preserve water quality and predict air pollution events.

What Do You Need to Stream?

What Do You Need to Stream?

Getting the data is sometimes the hardest part of continuous intelligence.

AI’s Empathy Problem

AI’s Empathy Problem

AI analysis may identify certain emotional traits, without providing a more holistic perspective on the person exhibiting those traits.

Connect 2019: Sigfox Makes Four Major IoT Announcements

Connect 2019: Sigfox Makes Four Major IoT Announcements

Geolocation, private area networks, and travel industry asset tracking are among the new offerings coming to their IoT services.

Predictive Analytics Algorithm Detects Sepsis In Pediatric Patients

Predictive Analytics Algorithm Detects Sepsis In Pediatric Patients

A predictive model for septic shock is needed to improve early diagnosis, and get early treatment to the high-risk patients for whom it can be life-saving.

Real-time Analytics News Roundup for Week Ending November 23

Real-time Analytics News Roundup for Week Ending November 23

In the news this week: a data management provider teams with the GPU leader, the DOE provides $15 million in funding to speed the development of ML and AI, app developers get an easier way to use Kubernetes, and more.