IDG Contributor Network: Dawn of intelligent applications

Data remains a foundational element of computing. Recently, Hadoop and big data have been a central part of data progression, allowing you to capture data at scale. But companies now...

IBM sets up a machine learning pipeline for z/OS

If you're intrigued by IBM's Watson AI as a service, but reluctant to trust IBM with your data, Big Blue has a compromise. It's packaging Watson's core machine learning technology...

Apache Beam unifies batch and streaming for big data

Apache Beam, a unified programming model for both batch and streaming data, has graduated from the Apache Incubator to become a .Aside from becoming another full-fledged widget in the ever-expanding...

IDG Contributor Network: A speedy recovery: the key to good outcomes as health care’s...

It may have been slow to catch on compared to other industries, but the health care sector has developed a . Digital transformation at this year’s Healthcare Information and...

Natural language processing explained

From a friend on Facebook: Me: Alexa please remind me my morning yoga sculpt class is at 5:30am. Alexa: I have added Tequila to your shopping list. We talk to our devices, and...

12 New Year's resolutions for your data

Your company was once at the forefront of the computing revolution. You deployed the latest mainframes, then minis, then microcomputers. You joined the PC revolution and bought Sparcs during the...

IDG Contributor Network: Using big data to improve customer experience and financial results

Technology provides businesses across all industries with tools and capabilities that optimize operations in order to maximize revenue and minimize waste. Many industries now have access to up-to-date information on...

What is Apache Spark? The big data analytics platform explained

From its humble beginnings in the AMPLab at U.C. Berkeley in 2009, has become one of the key big data distributed processing frameworks in the world. Spark can be...

IDG Contributor Network: The next big challenge in building the data-driven economy

The importance of data continues to grow, so much so that recently declared “the world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data.” The rise in connected devices,...

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