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Google’s TensorFlow AI framework adds Swift and JavaScript support

Google today unveiled a slew of updates to its popular TensorFlow machine learning framework aimed at making it useful for a wider variety of developers and providing data scientists with new ways to get started building AI models. TensorFlow is one of the most popular programming frameworks developers can use to set …

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Pure Storage, Nvidia Go in Together on AI-Capable Storage

New AIRI package is powered by Pure’s standard FlashBlade and four Nvidia DGX-1 supercomputers, delivering four petaFLOPS of performance with Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs. Pure Storage, not one to miss a trend of any kind, has braced for the evolving storage market with a new solid-state package called AI-Ready Infrastructure—AIRI, …

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Seven Ways Technology Helps Business, Government to Learn About You

The gathering of records on more than 50 million Facebook users has underscored the dangers of online data mining, and the claims of the company that collected the information, Cambridge Analytica, highlighted the possibilities of what could be done with the data. Cambridge Analytica used the data to create profiles of 50 …

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Top Cloud Computing Companies

Cloud computing businesses are springing up faster than flowers in the spring. The strongest sign of the new industry is the extremely popular start-up business, and that’s certainly the case in the cloud computing industry. But after the first decade of cloud computing, with two distinct differences – whether you’re …

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Microsoft and Google riding the cloud wave

Cloud-based services and infrastructure are boosting the financial performances of Microsoft and Google. In earnings calls this week, Google says it has developed ‘deep enterprise’ strengths and Microsoft says it’s executing on digital transformations thanks to the cloud. Google and Microsoft are both benefiting from solid growth in enterprise cloud …

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Microsoft’s Edge browser is in serious trouble

Analytics firm Net Applications revised its methodology to cull bots from its browser share numbers and found that as much as half of the traffic to Edge on Windows 10 was artificially inflated. Microsoft’s Edge browser is less popular with Windows 10 users than earlier thought, if revised data from …

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