Machine learning tools vendor Algorithmia has unveiled a version of its machine learning operations and management platform for small groups within organizations, called Algorithmia Teams.The cloud-hosted offering, for quickly delivering machine learning models into production, is intended to provide the performance of an enterprise-grade MLOps platform with the cost flexibility of a cloud-based service. A pay-as-you-go consumption model is leveraged to limit short-term financial exposure while enabling users to scale use of the platform as needed. Introduced August 25, Teams is intended to address a situation in which some companies have been constrained by the tools needed to manage AI/ML efforts as well as costs.To read this article in full, please click here
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Some long-running litigation between Huawei and a couple of patent holders has reached its conclusion, thus setting a global precedent.
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Apple’s Final Cut Pro X is getting a big update today, and while there are plenty of reasons video editors might be excited, it’s how footage will look on the smallest of screens that could be the major improvement. Final Cut Pro 10.4.9 brings new automated tools for social media cropping, making it easier to create versions of video tailored … Continue reading
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Major US news publishers have joined the list of companies and app developers criticizing Apple’s App Store terms as unfair and potentially anti-competitive. The digital media trade association Digital Content Next — which includes newspapers like The New York Times and The Washington Post and numerous magazines, broadcasters, and websites (Vox Media, parent company of The Verge, is also a member) — sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday. The letter asks the Apple chief executive what would be necessary to negotiate a deal similar to the one it granted Amazon in 2016 for its Prime video app. News of the letter was first reported today by The Wall Street Journal.
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The Great British Bake Off bosses have revealed the “massive sacrifice” the cast and crew made to ensure this year’s series could happen despite the pandemic. Kieran Smith, who is the creative director at the Channel 4 show’s production company Love Productions, detailed various behind-the-scenes secrets from filming, including how 120 people had to live in a self-contained biosphere for six weeks during the shoot so they did not have to socially distance. Speaking to Broadcast, Smith said: “So many people rely on Bake Off for work that we knew we had to work out a plan.”Smith worked with Love Productions’ managing director Letty Kavanagh to hire a South-East location in July, where all of the cast and crew lived alongside 80 members of the production team, 20 hotel staff, and around 20 “children, chaperones and dog walkers”.Prior to moving in to the hotel, people had to self-isolate for nine days and take three Covid tests to ensure they did not have the virus. The six-week shoot, which was described as “gruelling”, saw the team work on a “two days on, two days off” basis, while they also built 12 practise kitchens for the bakers to use on their days off. When filming, producers even worked out a way to transport people from the tent to the nearby hotel so no-one would need to use any public toilets. Smith and Kavanagh revealed that there was only one coronavirus scare during the shoot, which turned out to be a false alarm. “It was a massive operation,” Smith said. “It felt like the safest place in Britain.”He also said new host Matt Lucas, who replaced Sandi Toksvig to team up with Noel Fielding, had also slotted right into the show.“He was practically living with the bakers,” Smith said. “It felt like he had always been there.”On Wednesday, it was confirmed on Bake Off’s social media pages that filming on the 11th series had wrapped. View this post on InstagramA post shared by The Great British Bake Off (@britishbakeoff) on Aug 19, 2020 at 4:00am PDTFilming was originally due to take place in the spring in order for the show to begin airing this month. However, judge Paul Hollywood, who returned to the show alongside Prue Leith, previously told Radio Times that could “turn around the programme pretty quickly and still have it out in late summer or early autumn”. READ MORE:
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Aside from putting in more senors and health-related features, it seems that innovation in the smartwatch space has practically plateaued. Screen sizes remain mostly the same, battery limits can’t really be pushed any further, and very few apps have dared to think outside the box. That is probably what makes nubia’s second and more formal attempt at a smartwatch with … Continue reading
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No, your eyes are not deceiving you. You’re looking at the Hyperion XP-1 hypercar, and it doesn’t have a conventional reciprocating motor. It’s not an EV, either, because the Hyperion XP-1 is the world’s first hydrogen-powered supercar. “The XP-1 was partially designed to function as an educational tool for the masses,” said Angelo Kafantaris, founding member and CEO of Hyperion. … Continue reading
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