Data Science News Daily Roundup – 2nd April 2018

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Apache Releases Trafodion, SAP announces general availability of SAP Predictive Analytics application edition, Pachyderm 1.7, and more in today’s top stories and news around data science, machine learning, and deep learning.

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  1. Apache Releases Trafodion, a webscale SQL-on-Hadoop solution. Apache Trafodion has moved from incubator status to become a high level project. Trafodion enables transactional or operational workloads on Apache Hadoop. Read more on I Programmer
  2. SAP has announced general availability of the application edition of SAP Predictive Analytics software, to help enterprise clients harness machine learning. With this, one can create and manage predictive models that deliver powerful data-driven insights to every business user across the enterprise in real-time. Read more on inside SAP
  3. IBM’s GPU-Accelerated Semantic Similarity Search at Scale Shows ~30000x Speed Up. The proposed model is a linear-complexity RWMD that avoids wasteful and repetitive computations and reduces the average time complexity to linear. Read more on IBM Research Blog
  4. Announcing Pachyderm 1.7, an open source and enterprise data science platform that is enabling reproducible data processing at scale. Read more on Medium
  5. Mobodexter announces general availability of Paasmer 2.0, a dockerized version of their IoT Edge software that removes the hardware dependency to run Paasmer Edge Software. Paasmer becomes one of the few IoT software platforms in the world to add the Docker capability on the IoT Edge. Read more on Benzinga
  6. Announcing AIRI: Integrated AI-Ready Infrastructure for Deploying Deep Learning at Scale. AIRI is purpose-built to enable data architects, scientists and business leaders to extend the power of the NVIDIA DGX-1 and operationalise AI-at-scale for every enterprise. Read more on Scientific Computing World

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