2020年5月28日 | by Alex Woodie

Reproducibility in Data Analytics Under Fire in Stanford Report

Armed with the same data and told to test the same hypotheses, dozens of independent researchers instead came to widely different conclusions using a variety of analytics techniques, according to a new report from Stanford University that pushes the reproducibility crises in science into a new realm. The study involved 70 independent research teams from Read more…

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2020年5月28日 | by Lenley Hensarling

5G is Driving the Acceleration of Customer Expectations

Fifth-generation wireless technology, more commonly known as 5G, promises download speeds of up to 100 times faster than 4G, all with dramatically lower latency. U.S. carriers are beginning to boast about the number of 5G markets in which they have rolled out 5G service. Mobile device manufacturers are beginning to introduce 5G-compatible devices globally. 5G Read more…

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2020年5月27日 | by Alex Woodie

Contact Tracing COVID-19 Throws a Curveball to GDPR, Data Rights

Monday marked Memorial Day in the United States, while in Europe, it marked the second anniversary of GDPR going into effect, a monumental occasion to be sure. But what does the future of the data privacy law look like in light of current events, including governments’ use of contact tracing applications to fight COVID-19? Are Read more…

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2020年5月27日 | by Arie Egozi

Israel, Pressed By US, Blocks First Big Chinese Deal

TEL AVIV: The strict U.S warning to Israel to limit ties with China has its first result as the Chinese failed to win a tender for the construction of the giant desalination plant in central Israel. The Palmahim site is in close proximity to Israel’s missile test and satellite launch facility. The Soreq 2 facility,… Keep reading →

2020年5月27日 | by Paul McLeary

Bath Shipyard Scrambles As Thousands Retire; Months Behind On Destroyer Work, Says President

“Last year we hired 1,800 people, which was the most hired for 30 years I think,” BIW President Dirk Lesko said. “We probably would have hired 500 or 600 more people last year if we could have.”

2020年5月27日 | by Theresa Hitchens

Space Acquisition: Speed May Not Fix Problems, Critics Say

“The answer isn’t ‘we’ve just gotta go fast’,” said one critic.

2020年5月27日 | by George Leopold

Spending Surge Predicted for Factory Data Management

As big data goes, the industrial sector is among the largest producers, with sensors collecting data along assembly lines on everything from the status of manufacturing equipment to product inspection cameras. Industrial Internet of Things deployments are therefore expected to boost manufacturers’ already hefty investments in data management and analytics tools as producers seek to Read more…

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2020年5月27日 | by Oliver Peckham

COVID-19 Roundup: Esri, Gravy, Womply & More

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the globe, big data and AI have emerged as crucial tools for everything from diagnosis and epidemiology to therapeutic and vaccine development. Here, we collect the latest news in how big data is fighting back against COVID-19. Information Builders helps healthcare organizations apply data against COVID-19 Analytics provider Information Builders Read more…

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2020年5月25日 | by Ana Ware

Spot Supply Chain Risk with Data Mastering

You don’t have to be an expert to recognize the role data is playing in the fight against COVID-19. From infection rates to the number of ICU beds, vaccine trials, and everything in between. Data is King in times of Corona. The past few weeks have revealed that most companies actually have a fairly poor Read more…

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2020年5月23日 | by datamation RSS Feed

Microsoft Moves Toward AI That Creates Offspring

Among the notable advances at Microsoft’s Build this year was the new Azure Cognitive Services capability to significantly reduce the aggravation and time it takes to create an app.

2020年5月23日 | by Paul McLeary

US Warship Fries Drone With Powerful New Laser

In a first, the USS Portland took down a target drone with a new solid state laser this week, the first step in the Navy’s quest to get the powerful weapon on more ships in the future.

2020年5月23日 | by George Leopold

EU Analytics Effort Goes ‘Extreme Scale’

A European Union analytics initiative seeks to forge a new software architecture for what developers dub “extreme-scale” data analytics that would be applied to autonomous transportation and “smart mobility” systems. As the name suggests, the EU’s ELASTIC (Extreme-ScaLe Big-Data AnalyticS in Fog CompuTIng ECosystems) initiative seeks to develop an agile software architecture in which computing Read more…

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