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06 Mar 2017 What Drives Linux Guru Wim Coekaerts? Have Fun, Build Things People Will Use [61392]
Forbes, March 6th, 2017

Jeff Erickson writes in Forbes, "When Wim Coekaerts is solving problems and building things, he's happy. When he's not, he's not.

In his long career, he's found joy working on early database appliances, and later guiding Oracle's effort to make Linux, the open source operating system he'd played with since his school days in Belgium, its OS of record. Now, 'Linux has become the operating system of the cloud,' Coekearts says, so he sees lots more fun on the horizon..."
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03 Mar 2017 Friday Five - March 3, 2017 [61118]
Red Hat, March 3rd, 2017

The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.

  • Red Hat Helps Enterprises Embrace DevOps at Scale with Ansible Tower 3.1
  • Red Hat Blog - Ansible Container named a Black Duck Open Source Rookie of the Year
  • Singapore's MyRepublic Deploys Red Hat OpenStack Platform to Power its Cloud
  • ComputerWeekly.com - Mobile World Congress 2017: Altice virtualises global network with Cisco, Red Hat
  • Forbes - With Its Recent Outage, Amazon Web Services Is Helping To Sell Hybrid IT

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28 Feb 2017 Prepare Your Business For The AI Future [61183]
Forbes, February 28th, 2017

Margaret Harrist writes in Forbes, "In the words of baseball legend Yogi Berra, if you don't know where you're going, you might not get there.

That nugget of wisdom applies to the digital transformation most companies are undergoing as they seek to better serve their tech-savvy customers. Absent a strategic vision and defined destination, all the shiny new technologies in the world won't magically transform your company into a digital innovator. Meantime, competitors will leave you in their dust..."
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22 Feb 2017 Artificial Intelligence Shows Promise As Clinical Development Tool [60966]
By Srinivas Karri, February 22nd, 2017

Srinivas writes in Forbes, "During a typical day, we use a variety of applications that, by virtue of their artificial intelligence, automatically understand our speech and provide near-real-time feedback to support decision-making. Think Siri. But is machine learning, one of a number of AI techniques, ready for clinical applications, specifically to accelerate drug development and/or reduce development costs?

First, some context. Machine learning encompasses a variety of algorithmic techniques that clinical drug developers can use to identify and infer patterns to support enhanced/automated decision-making. One such technique is Natural Language Processing, which can be used to 'read' scientific text and infer its semantic context in order to search and find information more easily..."
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22 Feb 2017 Artificial Intelligence Shows Promise As Clinical Development Tool [60963]
By Srinivas Karri

Srinivas writes in Forbes, "During a typical day, we use a variety of applications that, by virtue of their artificial intelligence, automatically understand our speech and provide near-real-time feedback to support decision-making. Think Siri. But is machine learning, one of a number of AI techniques, ready for clinical applications, specifically to accelerate drug development and/or reduce development costs?

First, some context. Machine learning encompasses a variety of algorithmic techniques that clinical drug developers can use to identify and infer patterns to support enhanced/automated decision-making. One such technique is Natural Language Processing, which can be used to 'read' scientific text and infer its semantic context in order to search and find information more easily..."
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