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Google shows off Mesa, a super-fast data warehouse that runs across data centers

Google is taking the wraps off yet another impressive feat of database engineering, a data warehousing system called Mesa that can handle near …

How Spotify is working on deep learning to improve playlists

With its huge music library and recent acquisition of music-data specialist The Echo Nest, Spotify was already a force to be reckoned with in the …

The lab that created Spark wants to speed up everything, including cures for cancer

Unknown to most of the world, the University of California, Berkeley’s AMPLab has already left an indelible mark on world of information technology, …

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Google, Twitter and NASA are showing why data is the new cloud

Data analytics is apparently hot this week when it comes to the cloud.<p>At this year’s Google I/O, the search giant showed the cloud world that it …

Microsoft to provide drag-and-drop machine learning on Azure

Microsoft is stepping up its cloud computing game with a new service called Azure Machine Learning that users visually build and machine learning …

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A startup is pushing an alternative to Facebook by showing how much info we really share

A social media startup called Five wants to give us a new way of communicating with our friends that’s more akin to a dinner table conversation than …

Netflix uses data for a lot more than just recommendations

Netflix is famous for the way it uses algorithms to determine what programs or movies its members might want to watch, but data plays a much broader …

A startup called Skymind launches, pushing open source deep learning

A San Francisco-based startup called Skymind launched on Monday to offer support and services for deeplearning4j, an open source deep learning …

AT&T Labs, Continuuity will open source a Hadoop streaming engine called jetStream

Hadoop application-platform startup Continuuity and AT&T Labs are working on a stream-processing technology called jetStream that they intend to open …

BlackBerry launches Project Ion to join the internet of things

BlackBerry is launching a series of projects called Project Ion for the internet of things with the idea of using its experience in building secure, …

Meet the algorithm that can learn “everything about anything”

The most recent advances in artificial intelligence research are pretty staggering, thanks in part to the abundance of data available on the web. …

Skype will soon get real-time speech translation based on deep learning

Microsoft(s msft) will by the end of 2014 start offering on-the-fly language translation within Skype, firstly in a Windows 8 beta app and then …

Google is harnessing machine learning to cut data center energy

Leave it to Google (s GOOG) to have an engineer so brainy he hacks out machine learning models in his 20 percent time. Google says that recently it’s …

More than 250 million global events are now in the cloud for anyone to analyze

Georgetown University researcher Kalev Leetaru has spent years building the Global Database of Events, Languages, and Tones. It now contains data on …

Michael Stonebraker’s new startup, Tamr, wants to help get messy data in shape

A startup called Tamr launched on Monday with technology geared to help companies organize the often sloppy and massive amounts of data that plug up …

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Introduction to CitusDB | DBMS 2 : DataBase Management System Services

May 2, 2014<p>One of my lesser-known clients is Citus Data, a largely Turkish company that is however headquartered in San Francisco. They make CitusDB, …

Cloudera, Impala, data warehousing and Hive | DBMS 2 : DataBase Management System Services

<b>Hive is good at some tasks and terrible at others.</b><p>Hive is good at batch data transformation.<br>• Hive is bad at ad-hoc query, unless you really, really …

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Google’s self-driving car gets much better at navigating cities

Google(s GOOG) says its self-driving car is now proficient at navigating the hazards of city driving. In a blog post, Chris Urmson, director of the …

Cloudera and MongoDB enter into a deep product partnership

There are a lot of Hadoop deployments out there. A lot of MongoDB ones, too. And on Tuesday, Hadoop specialist Cloudera and the eponymous MongoDB …

Look inside IBM’s bold plan to save the Power architecture

After opening up its Power PC architecture last August, IBM on Wednesday unveiled a new line of servers built to challenge Intel’s x86 architecture …

In the rush to hype AI, it’s easy to forget about web search

With all the money being spent on, and all the futuristic talk about about big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence and all things in …

Necessary complexity | DBMS 2 : DataBase Management System Services

April 19, 2014<p>When I’m asked to talk to academics, the requested subject is usually a version of “What should we know about what’s happening in the …

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We are drowning in data about readers and attention, but which metrics really matter? You won’t like the answer

Thanks to the web and real-time measurement tools, the media industry has gone from having virtually no hard data on readers and attention to an …

Teradata says Hadoop is good for business — but for how long?

Some financial analysts have questioned Teradata’s continued growth in an IT market where customers have Hadoop on the mind, but if the decades-old …