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The Most Common Missed Opportunities With Big Data

In this contributed article, technology writer and blogger Kayla Matthews offers insights into some of the most common missed opportunities with big data technologies.

How Data Analytics Improve Business Decisions

In this contributed article, Magnolia Potter explains how data analytics have long been seen as a valuable way for businesses to refine their marketing and improve their communication. However, as we learn more about the ways that data can be applied to a business, we’re better understanding the many ways that it can improve business management.

Pumas-AI Launches Julia Language-Based Software to Advance Drug Development, Patient Care

Pumas-AI – a new company established by University of Maryland School of Pharmacy faculty members Vijay Ivaturi, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science (PPS), and Joga Gobburu, PhD, MBA, professor in PPS – is proud to announce the release of its first cutting-edge software platform for pharmaceutical researchers and clinicians. Known as Pharmaceutical Modeling and Simulation (Pumas), the software was developed through a partnership with experts at Julia Computing.

ThetaRay 4.0 with IntuitiveAI Gives Banks a Powerful New Weapon Against Financial Cybercrime

ThetaRay, a leading provider of AI-based Big Data analytics, announced Version 4.0 of the company’s namesake advanced analytics platform. The update includes major capability upgrades to help global banks detect and prevent financial cybercrime. ThetaRay’s IntuitiveAI solutions replicate the powerful decision-making capabilities of human intuition to detect “unknown unknowns” that cannot be identified by first-generation AI or legacy products.

NuoDB 4.0 Expands Cloud-native and Cloud-agnostic Capabilities of Distributed SQL Database

NuoDB, the distributed SQL database company, unveiled NuoDB 4.0, featuring expanded cloud-native and cloud-agnostic capabilities with support for Kubernetes Operators and Google Cloud and Azure public clouds. This includes the recently announced Kubernetes Operator to simplify and automate database deployments in Red Hat OpenShift.

Machine Learning with Micron’s Automata Processor

A new survey paper on Micron’s Automata Processor (AP) was recently published. Since AP has many potential applications in data mining, bioinformatics, natural language processing, etc. Micron has recently stopped developing AP, however other companies such as Natural Intelligence Semiconductor, a spin-off from Micron) and some academic research centers (Center for Automata Processing at the University of Virginia) are leading the development and market-adoption of AP.

YugaByte Commits to 100 Percent Open Source with Apache 2.0 License

YugaByte, a leader in open source distributed SQL databases, announced that YugaByte DB is now 100 percent open source under the Apache 2.0 license, bringing previously commercial features into the open source core. The move, in addition to other updates available now through YugaByte DB 1.3, allows users to more openly collaborate across what is now the world’s most powerful open source distributed SQL database.

Alluxio Delivers First Data Orchestration Platform Powering Multi-cloud Analytics and AI

Alluxio, developer of open source data orchestration technology used by seven of the world’s top 10 Internet companies, announced the availability of Alluxio 2.0 with breakthrough innovations for data engineers managing and deploying analytical and AI workloads in the cloud, particularly for hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

Who Tracks You While You Travel and What Happens With That Data?

In this contributed article, Magnolia Potter ponders the questions: who is tracking you when you take a vacation or go on a business trip? How is your data used, and what can you do to regain some control over how you’re tracked and what information is being collected? Being aware of how your data is collected can help you be more conscious of your behaviors while traveling.

Proscia Launches AI-Powered Digital Pathology Solution for Dermatopathology

Proscia, a leading provider of digital pathology software, released DermAI™, the first in its series of AI applications that advance the practice of pathology. A module on Proscia’s Concentriq™ platform, DermAI leverages deep learning to pre-screen and classify skin biopsies to help reduce costly errors and improve laboratory quality and efficiency as the number of […]