Oracle open-sources GraphPipe, loosens framework chains on machine learning folk

GraphPipe, released just hours ago by Oracle engineers was borne from the need for a consistent, efficient way to serve machine learning models. The project...

What’s next, TensorFlow?

With a preview version 2.0 of the machine learning framework planned for later this year, the TensorFlow team has offered a glance at the...

TensorFlow unbolts the stable door, releases version 1.10

TensorFlow, friend of machine learning enthusiasts of every level, has now hit version 1.10, bringing performance improvements and lots of new endpoints amongst other...

Machine learning methodology? One third of orgs don’t see the need…

Enterprises are happily launching themselves into the wonderful world of machine learning, without thinking about any particular methodology to guide their efforts an O’Reilly...

Hot and bothered over data? GitLab kicks off Meltano project

GitLab has put data in its sights, launching a project to create a single platform to support the data science lifecycle just as its...

Google’s cloud warehouse teaches data scientists new tricks

Data scientists who use Google’s cloud data warehouse BigQuery for analysis now have the chance to add Machine Learning to the mix. BigQuery ML...

Your AI pet project is only as smart as its garbage...

AI isn't immune to one of computing's most basic rules – garbage in, garbage out. Train a neural network on flawed data and you'll...

AIOps they did it again, played with your heart, new acronym...

“So, let me ask you,” he said, smoothing out his goatee with one hand. “Five planes have been circling for hours, delayed. You can...

You should find out what’s going on in that neural network....

Neural networks – the algorithms that many people think of when they hear the words machine learning – aren't very good at explaining what...

Ethics? Yeah, that’s great, but do they scale?

This March I'll be co-running the first ethics track for the tech conference QCon London. We've had so much enthusiasm that QCon New York...