ADV Slides: The World in 2045 – What Has Artificial Intelligence Created?

To view just the On Demand recording of this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar How will technology and society change in the next 25 years? We have been discussing how technology has evolved in the last few years; in this episode, we look forward to the next 25 years. The year 2045 may seem […]

ADV Webinar: The World in 2045 – What Has Artificial Intelligence Created?

Homepage > Education Resources For Use & Management of Data > Webinars > ADV Webinar: The World in 2045 – What Has Artificial Intelligence Created? To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar How will technology and society change in the next 25 years? We have been discussing how technology […]

Google’s MinDiff aims to mitigate unfair biases in classifiers

Google today released MinDiff, a new framework for mitigating (but not eliminating) unfair biases when training AI and machine learning models. The company says that MinDiff — the culmination of years of work —  has already been incorporated into various Google products, including models that moderate content quality. The task of classification, which involves sorting […]

A policy of organizational compassion: Supporting employees in a pandemic (VB Live)

Presented by TriNet As the COVID pandemic evolves, employees are struggling under the weight of the unknown. The scale of employee mental health support required is unprecedented. Join this VB Live event for a conversation with Michael McCafferty, consultant at FEI Behavioral Health, and hear his and others’ perspectives on the HR strategies you need […]

How Emerging Technologies Have Made Innovative Business Models a Necessity

The internet has been around for a long time now, but in the last few years, executives and business owners have really leaned into what it might mean for their companies. Emerging technologies and an increasingly digital world mean that businesses cannot operate as they always have. They also can’t count on staying the same […]

DeepMind open-sources Lab2D, a grid-based environment for reinforcement learning research

DeepMind this week open-sourced Lab2D, a software system designed to support the creation of 2D environments for AI and machine learning research. The Alphabet subsidiary says that Lab2D was built with the needs of deep reinforcement learning researchers in mind, but that it can be useful beyond that particular subfield of machine learning. The DeepMind […]

Microsoft expands Teams with meetings apps and low-code tools

Microsoft today announced the general availability of Teams apps for meetings. For those who prefer a low-code approach, Power Apps for Teams, the Power Automate app, the Power Virtual Agents app, and Dataverse have also hit general availability. These announcements come on the heels of Teams passing 115 million daily active users (DAUs) last month. […]

Codefresh launches GitOps 2.0 to solve limitations of GitOps

Codefresh is hoping to solve some of the limitations of GitOps with its new GitOps 2.0 initiative. As part of the initiative, Codefresh will be providing several tools intended to improve the experience and speed of CI/CD. GitOps is a software deployment model for cloud-native applications that has issues currently needing to be addressed, such […]

SD Times news digest: WhiteSource announces Merge Confidence, Yellowbrick Data 5 released with new price/performance capabilities, Mac BigSur now available

Merge Confidence is a new automated solution that helps developers safely update and remediate their open source dependencies by using a badge to show how likely an open source component can be updated without breaking the build. “Open source components are updated at such a staggering rate, it is impossible to manage this process manually. […]