TensorFlow ends 1.x series with default GPU support and compatibility helpers

Machine learning framework TensorFlow 1.15 is now available to download, offering those too shy to make the switch to TF 2.0 a...

Delta Lake finds new home at Linux Foundation

Databricks used the currently happening Spark + AI Summit Europe to announce a change in the governance of Delta Lake.

Apache Arrow offers Flight to counteract data access headaches

The team behind in-memory data development platform Apache Arrow has introduced its new fast data transport framework Flight to the public. 

Goo Goo Ga Joob – Python 3.8 aims for better readability, introduces walrus op

Python 3.8 is now available, introducing the walrus operator, positional-only parameters, and caching updates amongst other things. After eight...

PyTorch tries keeping up with research interest in 1.3 release

PyTorch has debuted a slew of experimental features in its just-released version 1.3 as support for the TensorFlow competitor broadens, and new...

InfluxData shoots for cloud provider hat-trick by mid 2020

Time series data specialist InfluxData will span the big three cloud providers by the middle of next year. InfluxData...
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GitLab widens roadmap, aims to run over Datadog

GitLab kicked off its London customer event today by declaring it was a DevSecOps platform for everyone from developers to lawyers -...

Elastic stretches Stack to encompass lifecycle management and more ML features in v7.4

Elastic, the company behind Elasticsearch, has unveiled version 7.4 of its overarching Elastic Stack suite. The latest release aims to simplify cluster...

AI: use it or lose out, says Microsoft

UK firms risk falling behind foreign rivals unless they make more use of AI, warns a new report from software giant Microsoft.

TensorFlow 2.0 arrives with more power, greater simplicity

The much anticipated final release of TensorFlow 2.0 is now available, bringing with it a greater focus on simplicity and ease of use...

What’s the point: PagerDuty, Nuclio, Jenkins, and Checkmk

PagerDuty turns the dial on machine learning PagerDuty made the most of its community coming together at PagerDuty...

Enterprise data, here we come: Cloudera puts Data Platform forward

Big data expert Cloudera has launched a first version of its Data Platform, complete with machine learning offering and data warehousing service,...

Opinion: I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me

“Who watches the watchers?” asked the first century Roman satirist Juvenal not, as many of us believed, Captain Picard. Juvenal was referring...

Want to test the limits and abilities of artificial intelligence? Join us at MCubed in Westminster

There’s just over a week till we kick open the doors at MCubed, but there’s still time for you to join us and...

Another one bites the dust? Keras team steps away from multi-backends, refocuses on tf.keras

The team behind deep learning library Keras has pushed out version 2.3 of the open source project. It is the last major...

Google’s Dataproc lights up Spark on Kubernetes

Google has announced a Kubernetes-flavoured version of its Cloud Dataproc Hadoop and Spark service, giving customers an alternative to working with Yarn.