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Alex Woodie

Alex Woodie has written about IT as a technology journalist for more than a decade. He brings extensive experience from the IBM midrange marketplace, including topics such as servers, ERP applications, programming, databases, security, high availability, storage, business intelligence, cloud, and mobile enablement. He resides in the San Diego area.

AI Was Everywhere at CES

January 13th, 2020 (0)
Artificial intelligence was on the tip of the tongue this week at CES, the annual technology extravaganza formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show. From Samsung’s Neon avatars and LG’s smart washing machine, to Intel’s Tiger Lake processors and ...

Databricks on Mission to Build First Enterprise AI Platform

December 3rd, 2019 (0)
Ali Ghodsi might have one of the best jobs in technology right now. As the CEO of Databricks, Ghodsi just completed an oversubscribed $400 million round of funding that gave the company a $6.2 billion valuation. Better still, Ghodsi ...

H2O.ai: $72.5M Funding Round for AI Democratization

August 20th, 2019 (0)
Every company should become an AI company, according to Sri Ambati, founder and CEO of H2O.ai. With $72.5 million in additional funding announced today and a new release of its autoML solution, Driverless AI, Ambati is making the case ...

Intel Charges Spark Workloads with Optane Persistent Memory

July 30th, 2019 (0)
Intel didn’t wow chip lovers earlier this year with the launch of its 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors “Cascade Lake” processors, which are based on the same 14nm process as the first generation processors. But the launch also ...

HPE Pins AI Strategy on Pay-as-You-Go Consumption Model

June 25th, 2019 (0)
HPE, like all the system vendors, has big plans to sell massive amounts of compute capability to companies to run machine learning and deep learning workloads that help transform their businesses. But the tech firm is taking a slightly ...

PayPal Feeds the DL Beast with Vault of Fraud Data

June 4th, 2019 (0)
PayPal is no stranger to fraud. As one of the Internet’s first online payment services, PayPal has been exposed to every type of wire fraud imaginable (and some beyond imagination). Sometimes the fraudsters had the upper hand, but now, ...

VC Investment in AI Slows, But Don’t Expect Another AI Winter Just Yet

May 30th, 2019 (0)
AI firms attracted a record $9.33 billion in investments from venture capital firms in 2018, nearly a 10 percent increase from 2017. So far this year, AI funding has dipped a bit, but that doesn’t mean another AI winter ...

‘Data Scientist’ Title Evolving Into New Thing

April 17th, 2019 (0)
Who is a data scientist, and what do they do? It’s a worthy question, and one that’s been asked an untold number of times over the years. But now it appears the job definition of the data scientist is ...

Data Science a New Pillar of the Scientific Method – Nvidia

March 22nd, 2019 (0)
We already knew that GPUs are useful for lots of things besides making Fortnite uncomfortably realistic. All the biggest supercomputers in the world use GPUs to accelerate math, and more recently they’ve been used to power deep neural networks ...

Intel’s Nauta, a Deep Learning Framework for Containerized Clusters

January 24th, 2019 (0)
Intel today unveiled Nauta, a new distributed computing framework for running deep learning models in Kubernetes and Docker-based environments. The chip giant says Nauta will make it easier for data scientists to develop, train, and deploy deep learning workloads ...
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