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With CNTK 1.5, Microsoft is bringing a parallel processing technique called Block Momentum that improves scalability across multiple GPUs and machines, while maintaining accuracy....
Microsoft has released millions of building footprints determined by a neural network as OpenStreetMap data, with accuracy comparable to those manually created by humans.
ML.NET looks to bring machine learning to developers with no prior experience, supporting scenarios like categorization and regression. The open-source framework also plans to support TensorFlow, CNTK, and more.
GitHub has been hit by largest DDoS attack ever, with peaks of 1.35TB. Thanks to Akamai's software, it was able to mitigate the attack much faster than traditional efforts.
Qualcomm has published full details on the recently announced Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, suggesting a SoC that will change the mobile landscape.
Brainwave is a field programmable gate array (FPGA) system that offers record-breaking deep learning capabilities for cloud solutions.
The general available of the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit 2.0 adds a number of new features, including Java language bindings for model evaulation, Keras support, performance improvements, and more.
After running Cognitive Toolkit 2.0 in beta for several months, Microsoft has now introduced the new version to all customers. This build adds Python and C++ support and hundreds of other changes.
DeepCoder is a project by Microsoft Research and the University of Cambridge. The tool automates code search to find the best strands to combine and solve problems. It removes mundane coding tasks from humans and learns as it progresses.
Satya Nadella has acknowledged the danger of AI to the job market, advising businesses to build AI intelligently into software and services. He believes the next two years will be essential in creating an open environment for artificial intelligence.
A new SQL Server update focuses on the Pyodbc module and brings enhancements to developers using Python. Among the changes are official customer support and Jupyter Notebooks availability.
Azure NC and Azure NV are a part of Microsoft’s new N-Series powered by the Nvidia Tesla range of GPUs. The company has been previewing the virtual machines since August.
A collaboration with nonprofit company OpenAI gives Microsoft access to robotics and experts to expand its AI output. OpenAI will also adopt Azure as its “preferred” cloud service.
Using Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, Nvidia has developed a first of its kind framework that improves deep learning on GPU systems and Azure.
Microsoft's Cognitive Toolkit 2.0 is the first major update since it's name change and adds support for several new languages, as well as performance improvements.
Microsoft's speech recognition technology now has an error rate of 5.6%, the same as a professional transcriptionist, and way ahead of the competition.
GitHub's Octoverse 2016 reveals that Microsoft has the most open source contributors on the entire platform, their V S Code repository the sixth most popular on the site.
Tests by Microsoft's researchers reveal a speech recognition error rate as low as 6.3%, the company's best ever, and also the lowest in their sector as a whole.
The new machine learning suite will utilize CNTK, as well as other deep learning frameworks such as Caffe and Torch, and Microsoft's SCOPE and ChaNa.
CaffeOnSpark: After Microsoft, Facebook and Google also Yahoo Open Sources Its Artificial Intelligence Engine
The web giant is just the latest tech entity to show off its open source AI engine, with Flickr benefitting from CaffeOnSpark’s learning ability.
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