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Software is eating the food world

Silicon Valley has become obsessed with “disrupting” food. Alarming headlines grab the public’s attention — stories about meat grown in labs, flavorless “Soylent” meal replacements and “chickenless eggs.” The tech industry is “disrupting” food by replacing the real with the fake. But other parts of the industry are doing the opposite: replacing the fake with the real. The newest Silicon ... Read More »

13 frameworks for mastering machine learning

Amazon’s general approach to cloud services has followed a pattern. Provide the basics, bring in a core audience that cares, let them build on top of it, then find out what they really need and deliver that. The same could be said of its first foray into offering machine learning as a service, Amazon Machine Learning. It connects to data ... Read More »

Brexit: What it means for Tech (but don’t panic)

Previous Post Google Fiber and Webpass, sitting in a tree, K.I.S.S.I.N.G. Read More »

First look: A week with macOS Sierra

I’ve been lucky enough to use the developer beta of macOS Sierra 10.12 since shortly after it was introduced at WWDC 2016. Because it is still in development not every feature works just yet, but what I’ve seen shows Sierra is in good shape for an OS that will be made available as a public beta in July, for full ... Read More »

Cloud or on-prem? This big-data service now swings both ways

There are countless “as-a-Service” offerings on the market and typically they live in the cloud. In 2014, startup BlueData blazed a different trail by launching its EPIC Enterprise big-data-as-a-service offering on-premises instead. On Wednesday, BlueData announced that the software can now run on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and other public clouds, making it the first BDaaS platform to work both ... Read More »

Here’s why Twitter bought machine-learning startup Magic Pony

Twitter has made no secret of its interest in machine learning in recent years, and on Monday the company put its money where its mouth is once again by purchasing London startup Magic Pony Technology, which has focused on visual processing. “Magic Pony’s technology — based on research by the team to create algorithms that can understand the features of ... Read More »

IDG Contributor Network: Why Microsoft is waving the magic Wand

Fresh off the news that Microsoft is purchasing LinkedIn for $26.2B, the famed Redmond monolith has announced they are also snapping up the so-called Facebook of Things company Wand Labs. It’s a move that makes perfect sense if you have ever used a smartphone and installed more than a handful of apps. Things are getting a bit out of control, ... Read More »

How to catch pentest teams and other actors on a network

IDG.TV | Jun 16, 2016 At CircleCityCon, CSO’s Steve Ragan talks with Dave Lewis (CSO blogger) and Jeremy Nielson about tactics, tools and practices that penetration testers (pentesters) use to find vulnerabilities, and how security officials can catch them. Read More »

Opening Siri to developers should make the A.I. system smarter

By the nature of artificial intelligence, Apple’s virtual assistant Siri needs a lot more data and a lot more people using it to get dramatically smarter. That’s what Apple is shooting for by bringing Siri to the Mac and opening it to third-party developers. With more people using the smart digital assistant, Siri could become the service that it was ... Read More »

5 questions Apple needs to answer at WWDC

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is coming to San Francisco next week, giving CEO Tim Cook a chance to get developers fired up over the latest that Apple has to offer. Don’t expect a new iPhone. WWDC is all about software and services, but we’ll also get a general update on the state of Apple. Here are some questions Apple needs ... Read More »

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