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Pfizer Taps Cloud Services To Boost Efficiency Of Clinical Trials

Looking to reduce the length and cost of the more than 300 clinical trials it conducts each year, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is turning to a cloud platform to manage and monitor every aspect of that process, from trial creation to data collection, cleansing, and submission.<p>The logistics of …

Oracle Makes Big Data Appliance Move With Cloudera

By partnering with Hadoop software and support provider Cloudera, Oracle gets a fast start in the big data market.<p>Looks like you've hit your article …

Microsoft to host Boeing’s airline data in the cloud

Boeing and Microsoft said they’ve agreed to build a cloud-based platform for the commercial aviation applications of the planemaker’s AerData and …

Microsoft debuts Stream, a video service for the workplace built on Azure Media Services

Microsoft today announced Stream, a business-oriented video service intended to make it simple for employees to upload, share and consume video …

Microsoft Dev Center Gets Improved Advertising Performance Reporting

The Windows App Team dropped a new update today for Dev Center. More specifically, the upgrade adds improved advertising performance reporting within …

Here's Why Google Is Open-Sourcing Some Of Its Most Important Technology

We think of art as the most human of endeavors, but in recent years we’ve learned that machines can understand creativity too. There are algorithms that evaluate songs and movies for record companies and movie studios. One music professor even created a program that wrote compositions which drew …

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Google releases final Android 7.0 Nougat Preview

Google is releasing the fifth and final preview of Android 7.0 Nougat today to developers, but anyone can try it out.<p>Unfortunately for everyday users just trying to get a taste of Google’s latest OS, there doesn’t appear to be much new to report. The changes are focused on developers, and …

Marketers Aren't Waiting for Pokémon Go's In-App Advertising to Arrive

Brands aren't waiting for Pokémon Go to activate its promised in-game advertising, not when the craze is white-hot today -- and could burn out …

Big Brother, Now at the Mall

Facial-ID Software Recognizes Age, Sex—for the Sake of a Sales Pitch<p>SEOUL—Shoppers at the new International Finance Center Mall in Seoul can find their way around the four-story complex by approaching one of 26 information kiosks. When they do, they also are being watched.<p>Just above each kiosk's …

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Reid Hoffman: A.I. Is Going to Change Everything About Managing Teams

Imagine a spider chart mapping a complex web of interactions, sentiments, and workflow within an office. What would your company look like?<p>When most of us think of artificial intelligence in the workplace, we imagine automated assembly lines of robots managed by an algorithm. LinkedIn's Reid …

The Master Plan Behind Amazon's Acquisition of Cloud9 IDE

Cloud9, the online browser-based IDE, announced that they are acquired by Amazon Web Services. This deal has many implications for AWS customers, competition, and the broader ecosystem.<p>Cloud9 was found in 2010 in San Francisco by Rik Arends and Ruben Daniels. It raised over $5 million in two rounds …

Watch out designers: AI design bots are getting better at building websites

The first attempts by startups using artificial intelligence to design websites haven’t amounted to much. A much-anticipated company called The Grid has failed to deliver on expectations. There is still no AI art hanging in MOMA yet.<p>Data could fix that. Instead of building more clever bots, …