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The Future Starts Now – Achieving Successful Operation of ML & AI-Driven Applications

Operationalizing AI and ML has become an unavoidable need in business, as various industries heavily rely on large volumes of real-time data as input to automated decision-making processes to yield the best results. Use cases in the data science field have shown that ML models and AI have few tangible business benefits until they are operationalized. In this e-book, our friends over at MemSQL show us how to successfully deploy model-driven applications into production.

Building Powerful Enterprise AI Infrastructure: How to Design Enduring Infrastructure for AI

Our friends over at cloud-neutral colocation data center company Interxion have published a whitepaper titled, “Building Powerful Enterprise AI Infrastructure: How to design enduring infrastructure for AI,” which details the requirements of an ideal infrastructure environment when it comes to reaping the benefits of today’s growing volume of data and enabling AI at scale.

Enterprise Search in 2025

This white paper by enterprise search specialists Lucidworks, discusses how data is eating the world and search is the key to finding the data you need. The enterprise search industry is consolidating and moving to technologies built around Lucene and Solr. In the next few years we’ll see nearly all search become voice, conversational, and predictive. Search will surround everything we do and the right combination of signal capture, machine learning, and rules are essential to making that work. Fortunately, much of the technology to drive this is available to us today!

The Essential Guide: Machine Scheduling for AI Workloads on GPUs

This white paper by Run:AI (virtualization and acceleration layer for deep learning) addresses the challenges of expensive and limited compute resources and identifies solutions for optimization of resources, applying concepts from the world of virtualization, High-Performance Computing (HPC), and distributed computing to deep learning.

Machine learning for all: the democratizing of a technology

In this short eBook, you’ll discover automated machine learning using has dedicated itself to democratizing all aspects of AI, including machine
learning. H2O Driverless AI is a machine learning solution that automates AI for nontechnical
users. So-called “AutoML” solutions like H2O Driverless AI are rising in popularity for enterprises across a wide range of industries. With it, users can build robust, fast, and accurate machine learning solutions. It also includes visualization and interpretability features that explain the data modeling results in plain English, fostering further adoption and trust in AI.

Overcoming Obstacles to Machine Learning Adoption

This is a new Business Impact Brief from 451 Research sponsored by – “Overcoming Obstacles to Machine Learning Adoption.” After many fits and starts, the era of enterprise machine learning has finally arrived. According to 451 Research’s Voice of the Enterprise, AI and Machine Learning survey, 20% of enterprises have already deployed the technology and a further 33% plan to do so within one year.

insideBIGDATA Guide to Optimized Storage for AI and Deep Learning Workloads

This new technology guide from DDN shows how optimized storage has a unique opportunity to become much more than a siloed repository for the deluge of data constantly generated in today’s hyper-connected world, but rather a platform that shares and delivers data to create competitive business value. The intended audience for this important new technology guide includes enterprise thought leaders (CIOs, director level IT, etc.), along with data scientists and data engineers who are a seeking guidance in terms of infrastructure for AI and DL in terms of specialized hardware. The emphasis of the guide is “real world” applications, workloads, and present day challenges.

AI in the Enterprise: Trends & Insights on Vendor Selection and Implementation

A new report was released by our friend over at Leverton, a data extraction startup recently acquired by MRI Solutions, titled “AI in the Enterprise: Trends & Insights on Vendor Selection and Implementation.” The report lends insight into the experiences and preferences of “leaders,” “lookers,” and “laggards” (defined below) when it comes to AI deployment.

DarwinAI Generative Synthesis* Platform and Intel® Optimizations for TensorFlow* Accelerate Neural Networks

DarwinAI, a Waterloo, Canada startup creating next-generation technologies for Artificial Intelligence development, announced that the company’s Generative Synthesis platform – when used with Intel technology and optimizations – generated neural networks with a 16.3X improvement in image classification inference performance. Intel shared the optimization results in this recently published solution brief. The complexity of deep […]

Darwin Efficacy Report: Accelerating Data Science at Scale by Automation

Darwin, a machine learning platform, accelerates data science at scale by automating the building and deployment of models. It provides a productive environment that empowers data scientist with a broad spectrum of experience to quickly prototype use cases and develop, tune, and implement machine learning applications in less time. Download the latest white paper from SparkCognition that compares how Darwin performs against other platforms in the market on the same datasets.