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Windows ML for Game development, NASA’s blockchain in deep space, IBM’s new computer : smaller than a grain of salt, and more in today’s top stories around machine learning, deep learning, and data science news

Top Data science News Stories of the Day

  1. Microsoft plans to use Windows ML for Game development

  2. Watson-CoreML: IBM and Apple’s new machine learning collaboration project

Other Data Science News at a Glance

1. NASA is using blockchain to help build intelligent computer networks in deep space far from a centralized computer hub.

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2. IBM has created a computer smaller than a grain of salt. The computer will cost less than ten cents to manufacture, and will also pack several hundred thousand transistors.

Read more on Mashable

3. Io-Tahoe recently announced the launch of its smart data discovery platform. The new version includes the addition of Data Catalog, a new feature designed to allow data owners and stewards to use a machine learning-based smart catalog to create, maintain and search business rules. It will allow data-driven enterprises to enhance information about data automatically, regardless of the underlying technology and build a data catalog.

Read more on IoT Evolution

4. Splice Machine is launching a connector that aims to boost IoT and machine learning applications. The connector will enable data engineers, data scientists, and developers to directly use Spark without excessive data transfers in and out of Splice Machine.

Read more on database trends & applications

5. Datawatch Corporation today announced the general availability of Datawatch Panopticon 16.6. This new version gives users easier data access and faster methods for deploying and using the software’s analytical capabilities.

Read more on Globe Newswire


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