What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #45

last weekend of summer! this week’s news all about AI - must read on the prep needed to even start running models in production and an overview which deep learning network to use

Enterprise Tech

The current state of applied data science - O'Reilly Media

must read with great overview of all that is required to get a model into production

Recent trends in practical use and a discussion of key bottlenecks in supervised machine learning.


Which deep learning network is best for you? | CIO

nice overview of the various deep learning frameworks available:

How do you determine which open source framework is best for you?


Salesforce is using AI to democratize SQL so anyone can query databases in natural language | TechCrunch

SQL is about as easy as it gets in the world of programming, and yet its learning curve is still steep enough to prevent many people from interacting with..


GE shifts strategy, financial targets for digital business after missteps | Reuters

GE Predix, its industrial software platform, is running into large company issues and suffering from major delays

“General Electric Co wants its industrial software business to cut costs and lift profits”


‘Cortana, Open Alexa,’ Amazon Says. And Microsoft Agrees. - The New York Times

Cortana and Alexa integrating and communicating with each other - consumer and enterprise voice bots….


Expanding Kubernetes in enterprise: Google Container Engine + Pivotal Container Service

Introducing Pivotal Container Service™ (PKS), a new service that enables enterprises and service providers to deliver production-ready Kubernetes on VMware vSphere and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).



Splunk shares jump as it vaporizes forecasts with blowout earnings - SiliconANGLE

Splunk is crushing it, although it is getting quite expensive and I’m seeing more log companies coming out and going after the $75k and below opportunities


Goldman says China has talent, data and infrastructure to embrace AI

our national govt will be keeping an eye on this and quantum computing as security risks in the future

China has the talent, data and infrastructure needed to fully embrace artificial intelligence, according to Goldman Sachs.


Box stock falls as the company says it's no longer cash-flow positive

box growth slowing but still 28% quarter over quarter


By Ed Sim

Ed Sim's weekly readings and notes on VC, software, and scaling startups - #enterprise #seed #DeveloperFirst #IntelligentAutomation #DataInfra #CloudNative #Cybersecurity

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