What’s the point: Azure DevOps roadmap, Spring Boot, Skopeo, Drill in need, TriggerMesh, and RedisAI

The DevOps section of Microsoft’s Azure team has updated the roadmap for the service formerly known as Team Foundation Server. Amongst other...

Welcome to the machine learning: Microsoft plays to ML devs with slew of AI announcements

Microsoft’s developer conference, Build, is in full swing, boasting machine learning-related announcements from Visual Studio expansions, to responsible AI tools, and a...

Autobots, roll out: ONNX runtime hits 1.3, previewing Transformer training help

Microsoft has pushed out version 1.3 of its ONNX runtime (ORT), following up last week’s ONNX release with some initial support and...

Open source AI collab project ONNX turns 1.7, takes first steps towards multi-framework training

Open machine learning model representation ONNX has hit version 1.7, previewing training support, and including additional operators as well as some model...

TensorFlow 2.2 kicks Python 2 to the curb, adds new profiler and tf.distribute improvements

Machine learning platform TensorFlow has added a new profiler to its project and looked into ways of improving distributed tasks and model...

Model does what? Cloudera adds monitoring and explainability to machine learning service

Cloudera Machine Learning (CML) has gotten an update, finally extending the big data company’s shared data experience (SDX) to machine learning models...
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What’s in a data analyst? Survey suggests Python user base mainly devs

Last November, the Python Software Foundation and dev tool creator JetBrains took the pulse of the Python community for the third time....

What’s the point: Redis 6.0, IBM Elyra, a cure for Java pains, Facebook Blender, and VS Codespaces

Work on version 6.0 of in-memory data structure store Redis is done. The new release is now available for downloading via the...

YuniKorn team emits version 0.8 of its scheduler from shiny new Apache stable

The team behind resource scheduler YuniKorn just celebrated their first release as an Apache Incubator project, fitting the tool with dynamic queue...

R you ready for v4.0? Stats-lovers’ language hits ground running – but users will have to do their bit to keep up

Version 4.0 of the statistical computing language R is brimming with new features and ready to be installed - but this isn’t...

MLflow smooths out natural language processing and Microsoft support in 1.8 release

Databricks’ machine learning platform MLflow has learned to play nice with AzureML and spaCy models, making v1.8 ready for downloading.

PyTorch hits 1.5 with refined C++ support, flings out new lib to ease serving pains

Facebook-led deep learning Python package PyTorch is now available in version 1.5, though it’s a completely new tool that gets all the...

Intel oneDNN hits v1.4 with (drumroll)… better Intel support

The team behind Intel’s deep learning library oneDNN, also known as Deep Neural Network Library (DNNL) and Intel Math Kernel Library for...

What’s the point: Google AI advances, Git security updates, and API gateway Gloo

Google’s AI teams used the comparatively quiet post-easter days to get ML practitioners up to speed with their latest research in reinforcement...

A cage in search of a bird: With streaming on an all-time high, Kafka trims latencies, adds security

In a particularly timely release, distributed data streaming platform Apache Kafka -  used by companies including Netflix, Coursera and Slack -...

Nothing to hide? Then add these to your ML repo, Papers with Code says

In a bid to make advancements in machine learning more reproducible, ML resource and Facebook AI Research (FAIR) appendage Papers With Code...