News & Insights for the AI Journey|Tuesday, September 17, 2019
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AI Job Postings Drop, Applicants in Short Supply

The AI boom may be peaking—at least for developers and the companies seeking to hire them. The slowdown reflects misgivings about how the technology may be applied as well ...Full Article

Data Science in a Box: Tools Attack Critical Skills Shortage

Begging forgiveness for the expression of antiquated gender attitudes, we share a passage from Pride & Prejudice (1813): “….no one can be really esteemed accomplished who does not greatly ...Full Article

Machine Learning: Scaling Past the Pilot Phase

In a world of cars that drive themselves and robots that do back flips, the fully automated industrial operation remains an aspiration. Limitations in real-time computing, AI and robotics ...Full Article

Predictive Analytics and Human Trafficking: ‘We Will Never Rescue Our Way out of this Crime’

In the annals of venality, human trafficking has metastasized into one of the most horrific organized crimes against humanity since the Holocaust. It’s estimated that 40 million people, 80 ...Full Article

IBM Coils Anaconda Around Power Processor

IBM, which recently extended support for the Anaconda data science platform to its open source mainframe, takes another step this week by offering the data platform on its Cognitive ...Full Article

Communities of Communities: The Next Era of Open Source Software

We are now about 20 years into the open source software era. You might think that open source simply means publishing the source code for something useful. While this ...Full Article

‘Strategies in Biomedical Data Science’ Advances IT-Research Synergies

“Strategies in Biomedical Data Science: Driving Force for Innovation” by Jay A. Etchings (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Jan. 2017) is both an introductory text and a field guide ...Full Article
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