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Business

Andrew Ng’s Netail offers AI for retailers to ease change from physical to digital

Retail is big business. But like many other sectors it’s undergoing a transformation, largely affected…

Nov 29, 2022

Graph database market maintains momentum, new Neo4j 5 offers cloud and on-premises ease of use and parity

Graph platform Neo4j today announced the general availability of Neo4j 5, the latest version of…

Nov 9, 2022

Data intelligence platform Alation bucks economic trends, raises $123M

For Satyen Sangani, CEO and cofounder of leading data intelligence vendor Alation, data intelligence has…

Nov 3, 2022

Red Hat and IBM team up to enhance AIops with an open-source project

AIops is what you get when you combine big data and machine learning to automate…

Oct 24, 2022

Top AI investors reveal State of AI in 2022

If you think artificial intelligence (AI) is moving at a breakneck speed and it’s almost…

Oct 14, 2022

Technical

Neo4j’s roadmap in 2023: Cloud, Graph Data Science, Large Language Models and Knowledge Graphs

Neo4j recently announced new product features in collaboration with Google, as well as a new…

Jul 6, 2023

Redpanda’s “power to the data engineer” strategy lands a $100M Series C funding round

In an era of dried-up funding and Data Lakehouse vendor supremacy, Redpanda is going against…

Jun 27, 2023

Foursquare moves to the future with a Geospatial Knowledge Graph

From a consumer-oriented application, Foursquare has evolved to a data and product provider for enterprises.…

May 11, 2023

Scaling laws for AI Large Language Models and the inverse scaling hypothesis

What are the scaling laws for AI Large Language Models and the inverse scaling hypothesis?…

Feb 2, 2023

Socio-Technical

Heroes journey: Notes towards a Personal Knowledge Graphs Book

The hero’s journey is a common template of stories that involve a hero who goes…

May 16, 2023

AI politics: From pausing to regulating AI, it’s all about winning hearts and minds

“The Letter” was just the beginning. Welcome to the AI politics show. Grab some popcorn,…

Apr 27, 2023

Orchestrate All The Things: Owning Tech, Data, Media, AI, Writing, and Content

On AI-generated content, writing, new, old, and broken media, platforms, models, audiences, and body parts.…

Apr 20, 2023

ChatGPT is AI’s Facebook moment. Don’t fall for it this time.

GPT-4, arguably the most powerful AI model ever, has just been released. The expectation was that…

Mar 6, 2023

Top AI investors reveal State of AI in 2022

If you think artificial intelligence (AI) is moving at a breakneck speed and it’s almost…

Oct 14, 2022

Using graph-powered analytics to keep track of ESG in the real world

What does sustainability actually mean for organizations? Can it be measured, and if yes, how…

Sep 5, 2022

Use Cases

Viable aims to quantify qualitative customer feedback with AI

There is an implicit assumption in most analytics solutions: The data analyzed and the insights…

May 12, 2022

Averting the food crisis and restoring environmental balance with data-driven regenerative agriculture

Modern agriculture was broken long before pandemics, wars, supply chain disruptions, and fertilizer shortages. Regenerative…

Apr 20, 2022

Trullion tackles applying AI to accounting workflows

Most of us do not consider accounting to be a separate line of business. But…

Mar 25, 2022

Lexmark looks to strengthen its IoT solution to remain competitive

Arguably, two of the most iconic examples of digital transformation are Kodak and Amazon. Kodak…

Mar 22, 2022

How Netflix built its real-time data infrastructure

What makes Netflix, Netflix? Creating compelling original programming, analyzing its user data to serve subscribers…

Feb 17, 2022

What will applied AI look like in 2022?

AI adoption has skyrocketed throughout the last 18 months. Besides Joe McKendrick, who wrote the…

Dec 29, 2021

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